Ulpia-Elena Botezatu, Ph.D., is an expert in space security being particularly interested on the interplay between governance, the protection of critical infrastructures and the outer space security. Their active engagement as a delegate to international organizations such as the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN COPUOS), the European Space Agency (ESA) Program Board on Space Situational Awareness (SSA), the EU-SST Partnership’s Steering, Coordination and Security Committees, The International Standardisation Organisation (ISO) on issues related to Space Traffic Management and Coordination, the International Academy of Astronautics, and the NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO) underscores their invaluable insights and extensive expertise in the field. In addition to their diplomatic endeavours, Dr. Botezatu plays a central role in managing numerous research projects centred on Space Situational Awareness (SSA)/Space Surveillance and Tracking and Critical Space Infrastructures. Their dedication to diplomacy is evident through their active involvement with Romanian governmental bodies and committees, where they contribute their profound expertise and valuable insights to shape national policies and strategies concerning space security. Through their multifaceted engagements, Dr. Botezatu exemplifies the crucial role of diplomacy in addressing complex challenges related to space and fostering peaceful cooperation among nations.