Aracely Quispe Neira is an outstanding Peruvian scientist who has five academic degrees related to the sciences and Astronautical Engineering. Her education has allowed her to become a leader of space operations at the NASA space agency. During her career, Quispe has become the first Latin American women to lead successful NASA missions; she has also headed investigation into ice thinning in the Peruvian Andes using high-resolution satellite images. As a lecturer at the Capitol Technology University, Aracely Quispe uses her experience to educate future engineers in the area of Astronautical Engineering. A winner of numerous awards, she also works on projects to inspire, motivate and empower children and young people. She will talk to Saúl Pérez Montaño, Professor and Coordinator of Chemistry of the Department of Natural Sciences at the Catholic University San Pablo. Founding member of the Institute of Applied Bioengineering UNSA.