MSUA President Lisa Dreher presented the award in recognition of Cowen-Hirsch’s more than 10 years of contributions to the organization and its members, Inmarsat said Monday.
MSUA was founded in 1992 to advocate for mobile satellite communication users and service providers. It held the 2023 Satellite Mobile Innovation Awards on March 14, honoring Cowen-Hirsch, member of the MSUA Board of Directors, alongside Board Secretary Frank August.
“This is an exciting time to be in the satellite industry. We’re witnessing massive transformation within the mobility sector, and the MSUA member organizations are at the forefront of that innovation and creativity,” Cowen-Hirsch remarked. “I’m determined to continue working with these companies and help the association expand its membership to engage the user community and ensure their perspectives are represented within MSUA.”
Inmarsat was also recognized at the event for its achievements in government mobile innovation.