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37th Space Symposium
April 4 – 7, 2022 ● The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, CO USA
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Space Symposium News & Notes

Redwire @ Space Symposium

April 4
1:35pm-2:45pm
WORKSHOP
SPACE LAW WORKSHOP
Broadmoor West: Ballroom

Mike Gold
Executive Vice President, Civil Space Business Development, Redwire

Marco Ferrazzani
Chief Legal Officer, European Space Agency (ESA)

Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl
President of the International Institute of Space Law

Gabriel Swiney
Senior Policy Advisor, NASA

April 5
10:30am-11:00am
TECH TALK
Building LEO Destinations & Infrastructure

Redwire Booth #1374

Suzanne Gillen
Moderator
Vice President, Government Relations and Business Development, Redwire 

Mike Gold
Executive Vice President, Civil Space Business Development, Redwire

Jim Bridenstine
Former NASA Administrator

April 5
4:00pm-4:30pm
TECH TALK HAPPY HOUR
The Importance of Space During Conflicts & Crises

Redwire Booth #1374

Dean Bellamy
Executive Vice President, National Security Space, Redwire

Rob Zitz
Moderator
President, Rob Zitz & Associates

Steve “Bucky” Butow
Director of Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit

Dr. Andy Williams
 Deputy Technology Executive Officer for Space S&T, AFRL

April 5
4:00pm-5:00pm
PLENARY PANEL

International Center

Mike Gold
Executive Vice President, Civil Space Business Development, Redwire

Dr. Bhavya Lal
Moderator
Senior Advisor to the Administrator on Budget and Finance, NASA

Gabriel Swiney
Attorney Adviser,
U.S. Department of State

Audrey Schaffer
Director for Space Policy
National Security Council

April 6
Airs Virtually
ONLINE
Executive Interview
Pete Cannito
Chief Executive Officer, Redwire
Online
Space Foundation
Moderator
April 6
10:45am-12:00pm
PLENARY PANEL

International Center

Col. Dean Bellamy, USAF (Ret.)
Executive Vice President, National Security Space, Redwire

Lt. Gen. David Buck, USAF (Ret.)
Moderator
President, BPRH Mission Solutions

Richard Aves
Executive Vice President, Parsons

Tony Colucci
Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Spacelink

Capt. Robert Curbeam, USN (Ret.)
Senior Vice President of Space Capture, Maxar

Stacy Kubicek
Vice President & General Manager of Missions Solutions, Lockheed Martin

Tara Copp
Senior Pentagon Correspondant, Defense One

Tom Markusic
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Technology Officer, Firefly Aerospace

Dr. Derek Tournear
Director, Space Development Agency

April 6
2:15pm-3:15pm
PLENARY PANEL

Cheyenne Mountain Resort

Al Tadros
Chief Growth Officer & Executive Vice President, Redwire

Dan Hendrickson
Astrobotic

Giuseppe Lenzo
Telespazio

Sam Peterson
Swedish Space Corporation

April 6
4:00pm-4:30pm
TECH TALK HAPPY HOUR
Orbital Reef: Living and Working in Space

Redwire Booth #1374

Mike Gold
Moderator

Executive Vice President, Civil Space Business Development, Redwire

Randy Lillard
Orbital Reef Program Manager, Blue Origin

Scott Asbury
Senior Director Space Destinations, Orbital Reef Program Manager, Sierra Space

Rob Ruyak
Senior Manager, AWS Aerospace and Satellite

Kevin Foley
Program Manager, Commercial Space Projects, Boeing

April 7
4:00pm-4:30pm
TECH TALK HAPPY HOUR
Future Space Architectures

Redwire Booth #1374

Justin Kugler
General Manager, Redwire In-Space Manufacturing & Operations

John Grunsfeld, Ph.D.
Astrophysicist and NASA Astronaut (retired)

Juli Lawless
Vice President, National Security Space Business Development, Redwire

WHAT WE DO

Capabilities + Technology

Redwire capabilities and technology are pushing the boundaries of the future space economy.

Space Commercialization

Solutions that allow a continuous presence of people living and working in space.

Digitally Engineered Spacecraft

Exploration, Military, and Satellite operations with lower costs and lead time for spacecraft development.

On-Orbit Servicing, Assembly & Manufacturing

Cost effective, large, self- assembling structures that allow manufacturing, repair and reconstitution of satellite assets.

Advanced Sensors & Components

Scalable, efficient, and proven power and navigation capabilities in-orbit.

Space Domain Awareness & Resiliency

Enhanced ability to detect and intercept threats to global and national security.

REDWIRE

Heritage + Innovation

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