Previously the Executive Director of the World Space Week Association, coordinating the global response to the UN-declared World Space Week, Timiebi is currently undertaking a fellowship in the International Law Research Program at the Center for International Governance Innovation, Canada, focused on tools of transparency for solving climate change governance issues. Her PhD research at McGill University focused on Space benefit and international cooperation. Dr. Aganaba-Jeanty has an LLM Air and Space Law (McGill, Canada), MSc in Space Management (ISU, France), BL Nigerian Law School, and LLB Law (Leicester, UK).
From 2012 to 2016 she was a Consultant at Euroconsult, a global space consulting firm, where she focused on emerging space nations and conducted socio-economic impact assessments of national space sectors. Formerly a lawyer at the Nigerian Space Agency, in 2011 Dr. Aganaba-Jeanty was a member of the Nigerian delegation to the Legal Subcommittee of the United Nations COPUOS and in 2013 was the Nigerian Next Generation Aviation Professional Representative at the International Civil Aviation Organization. Dr. Aganaba-Jeanty is a member of the International Institute of Space Law and the Space Education and Outreach Committee of the International Astronautic Federation