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Welcome to our new CSBR Board Members and Advisory Board Members

Posted: Jan. 2, 2020

Please join me in welcoming our new CSBR Board of Director Members. We look forward to working together to enable our Colorado space ecosystem to Connect, Engage, and Thrive! They are:

  • Meosha Brooks, Ball Aerospace
  • Genah Burditt, Blue Foot Engineering
  • Anthony Matthews, Belcan

New Advisory Board Members are:

  • Shaun Kennedy, Holland and Hart
  • Dirk Wallinger, York Systems

2020 Colorado Space Board of Directors 


  • Alires Almon, Chair, Deep Space Predictive
  • Kimberly Schwandt, Vice-Chair, Sierra Nevada Corporation
  • Ali Recek, Secretary, Manufacturer’s Edge
  • Paul Deaderick, Treasurer, National Reconnaissance Office

Board Members:

  • Daudi Barnes, AMPT / Agile Space
  • Meosha Brooks, Ball Aerospace
  • Genah Burditt, Blue Foot Engineering
  • Bob Cone, Advanced Space
  • Shane Deichman, Teledyne Brown Engineering
  • David Eddy, The Boeing Company
  • Sean Humbert, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Anthony Matthews, Belcan
  • Chrystal Morgan, United Launch Alliance
  • Crystal Peden, The CPI Group
  • Joe Rice, Lockheed Martin Space
  • Mike Sneddon, Wren Industries
  • Kristin Thomas, Red Canyon Software
  • Joe Troutman, EnerSys
  • Debra Wilcox, 3D Printing Store 

2020 Advisory Board:

  • Rick Ward, Advisory Board Chair, Ward Consulting
  • Abby Benson, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Stacey DeFore, Teledyne Brown Engineering
  • Steve Eisenhart, Space foundation
  • Shaun Kennedy, Holland and Hart
  • Vicky Lea, Metro Denver, EDC - Colorado Space Coalition
  • Jay Lindell, CO Office of Economic Development & Int’l Trade
  • Dirk Wallinger, York Systems



The Space Force is Official

Posted: Jan. 2, 2020

The United States Space Force (USSF) is officially a new branch of the United State Military. As this new branch is being established, the state of Colorado is in the center of its development. Colorado Aerospace and Defense Champion from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Maj. General (ret.) Jay Lindell, has provided information about the new Space Force and the latest on space command. He has provided key information to help the public understand the implications and the importance of this new entity. 

Please read the following fact sheet for a general briefing on the new United States Space Force.

Read more about the Space Force on their new website here.


Looking Ahead….Way Ahead

Posted: Dec. 31, 2019

As we prepare for the year and decade ahead, great things await our industry and society as a whole.  Space exploration will take humanity back to old places (ISS and the Moon) and prepare to go further than we ever have before (Mars and beyond).  It is now that we must think about our pathways to the future as our work today will influence the direction and success of those efforts.  Each of these resources provides you with a different lens, hopefully one that opens your eyes a bit wider.  

Space Foundation  - Space Report
An online searchable resource for data and information about the space industry. 

New Space Report – Lloyds of London
It is important to see the space ecosystem from other points of view.   Space is a global effort. While it may not be new to you, it is interesting to see where other countries are on their understanding of space and how they define ‘new space’.

2060  - The Future of Space – The US Air Force
Scenarios that outline the possibilities about the impact of space exploration and the decisions to ensure our goals are met. (Recommended by USAF  Col. Jack Fischer at our 2019 CSBR Space Round Up)


Aerospace Day at the Capitol - SAVE THE DATE!

Posted: Dec. 31, 2019

Aerospace Day at the Capitol will be on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Save the date and plan to attend and support aerospace in Colorado!

For more information about Aerospace Day at the Capitol, click here.


CSBR Summer Internship Program June 15 - 26, 2020

Posted: Dec. 30, 2019

CSBR offers a Colorado Aerospace Internship for rural high school and college students interested in pursuing careers in the aerospace industry. All students pursuing STEM - (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) related disciplines are encouraged to apply; however, please note that students from rural locations will be given first priority into the program.  If there is still space available, we will accept students from the Front Range. 

The 2020 Colorado Aerospace Internship will run for two weeks during the summer which gives students ample time to experience what it’s like to work in various facets of the aerospace industry. Students will spend time at various CSBR Partner facilities where they will have a chance to meet the best and the brightest in industry, participate in hands-on activities, and get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what each company does and some of the exciting projects they are working on.


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