Momentus Leaders to Bring Their Expertise to Panels at SATELLITE 2022 Conference
John Rood, MomentusChief Executive Officer, will participate in the How Satellite Leaders are Preparing for the Challenges Ahead panel. This closing discussion of the conference will ask satellite company CEOs how they plan to tackle the industry's most significant challenges, including space access and sustainability.
Aaron Mitchell, MomentusChief of Product, will speak on the Dramatically Reducing Spacecraft Development Costs panel. This panel, hosted by Redwire, will discuss cost-effective and robust solutions for demanding commercial, civil, national security, and intelligence missions. Mitchell will pull from his experience as a former NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer who has technical leadership on a variety of spaceflight programs.
Negar Feher, MomentusVice President of Business Development, will join the Honing the Power of Your People panel. The conversation will encourage sharing ideas about how managers can get the most out of their team by creating more visible support and recognition for employees. Feher considers people and culture her professional passions and brings more than 18 years of insight from various business and technical leadership roles.
You can find the schedule of these panels and others at: https://www.satshow.com/program/. Conference attendees can also stop by the attendee lounge, sponsored by
"We look forward to being part of healthy cross-industry discussions shaping the satellite market," said
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