Leaving NASA with over 30 years of knowledge and experience, Bill decided to innovate the commercial space sector by founding Eta Space. As a founding member of the Cryogenics Test Laboratory at Kennedy Space Center, he is one of the leading minds in cryogenic fluid management technologies and applications. Bill holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering.
Jack co-founded Swamp Works at Kennedy Space Center, founded the Kennedy Engineering Academy, and co-founded the Central Florida SmallSat Society. As a leader in in-situ resource utilization research and technology, he brings over 30 years of experience with NASA to Eta Space to provide project leadership. Jack has a BS in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering and a MS in Engineering Management.
Celeste is a CPA certified in the State of Florida, holds a BS degree in Accounting, and a MBA specializing in Entrepreneurship. For more than 25 years, she has been involved in corporate and public accounting as a turn-around specialist building and cleaning up companies. Celeste is also the President of The Integration Factory and Archangel Engineering and Construction.
With over 40 years experience in chemical propulsion systems and BS/MS degrees in Chemical Engineering, Tom is responsible for the technical coordination and leadership of the company's ground and in-space cryogenic projects. He is also a registered professional engineer in the State of Ohio and the author of over 30 publications.
Utilizing her experience in retail management and nonprofit fundraising and communications, Heather handles day-to-day operations including human resources, contract management, and general administration. She holds an AS degree and her background includes extensive international travel, public speaking, and relationship building.
Bryce graduated from Marshall University with a degree in Finance and is currently seeking his MBA at Florida Institute of Technology. In addition to finances, Bryce uses his industry savvy to lead business development strategies for Eta Space.