|This image||comment||Sheyene Gerardi has been in the entertainment industry for over 2 decades. She is the Lead of Robotics Outreach at NASA?s Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS). Gerardi founded and operates the Sheyene Institute, a company that works on technologies to mining resources on the Moon, Mars and asteroids; and The Sheyene Gerardi Foundation to address concerns that the exponential expansion of space industry will create deep economic and political disparity in the coming century.
Sheyene is member of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), The American Political Science Association (APSA), L'association franšaise de science politique (AFSP) and to the committee on professional ethics, rights, and freedoms.
Gerardi's interests include the interaction of domestic and international politics, globalization, foreign aid, and international trade policy. Her current research focuses on two-level games, international relations between developed and developing countries, the diffusion of the Internet, the politics of foreign aid, and the impact on policy. The object of this research is to explore the logic and morality of politics from the joint perspectives of (a) underlying principles and (b) derivative public policies. The broad issues to which it attends include such questions as Technological Globalization, Human Rights, International Security, Sovereignty, Federalism, War, Peace, Terrorism, and so forth.She is currently working along with governments and international partners to introduce robotics education into low-resource communities or conflict areas, such as rural schools, refugee camps, non-formal school systems and prison systems in concert with entertainment productions for social change to educate the public and guide them to take action.On April 2020, Sheyene enrolled in the University of Naples Federico II to acquire a degree in Political science and she is attending a Monte Carlo simulation program offered by Stanford University.|