Why the new space race must focus on sustainability
An influx of investment from states and start-ups requires new regulation and oversight of space technologies.
BSc in Electrical Engineering, Clarkson Univ.; MSc in Space Studies, Univ. of North Dakota; 2007, graduate, Space Studies Program, Int'l Space Univ., Beijing; PhD in Public Policy and Public Admin., George Washington Univ., 2017. Over 17 years of professional technical and operations experience in the national and int'l space security arena. Nine years, Officer, US Air Force. Formerly with US Strategic Command's Joint Space Operations Center. Currently, Director of Program Planning, Secure World Foundation, resp. for strategic planning for future-year projects to meet the Foundation's goals and objectives, and conducting research on global space situational awareness, space traffic management, protection of space assets and prevention of conflict in space. Organizes national and int'l workshops to increase awareness of and facilitate dialogue on space security and sustainability issues