The Space in Africa organization has just listed the Top 10 Contributors to the African Space industry that are under 30 years old. The Africa space industry is enjoying great contributions from young innovators, engineers, entrepreneurs, teachers and enthusiasts in other parts of the industry.
ABOUT NELLY HELEN EBRUKA
Nelly is a final year law student of the University of Calabar, serving currently as the president of the impact leaders club , university of Calabar chapter. She is a space enthusiast and young student leader interested in the legal aspect of space exploration and African youth participation in leadership.
Below is a break down of all her activities and achievements
National financial secretary of the law student association of Nigeria.
The Pioneer President of the International Law student Association(ILSA), University of Calabar, chapter. ILSA is a globally recognized student organisation that is committed to the promoting the study of international law and encourage collaborations among law students and young lawyers world wide. As president, together with her team, they organised the first international law moots in the university of Calabar, exposing students to a simulation of law practice as done in the International courts of justice, a step further from the norms of conventional practice as often done in the faculty of law, university of Calabar.
Solicitor General of the student union government, university of Calabar in 2019
Competitions/ Awards and Conferences.
|Nelly presenting a paper at addis ababa, Ethiopia|
In May 2019, Nelly helen, Ushie Augustine and Kaunda john represented , the university of Calabar at the MLSC at the department of trade and industry.Team unical won the competition after facing other prestigious schools in Africa such as the University of Makerere, Uganda ,University of Pretoria and the Niger-delta university.
|Nelly and her team during a competition at NASA headquarters,Washington Dc|
Nelly was among the 4 Member Winning Team(Unical) of the Justice Conrad National Moot Competition in 2018, where the University of Calabar emerged as National Moot champions for the year under the law students association of Nigeria.
Award of Senior Advocate of the moot and mock society, University of Calabar.
Nelly hails from Ikom local government area in Cross River state, she loves travelling, star gazing and playing the guitar. She believes in hard work and the pursuit of passion irrespective of the person’s background. She’s currently an elected prospective member of the international institute of space law and is promoting space education and space awareness in Nigeria and Africa , through the Learn Space foundation and space hubs Africa. she has been making the university proud over the last few years and she is worthy commendation