ARCH MISSION TEAM

Nova Spivack is Founder & CEO of Magical Technologies (www.magicalcorp.com), a science and technology venture studio based in Los Angeles. He works as a “venture producer” -- combining his experience as a serial entrepreneur, investor and technologist, to fund and incubate breakthrough companies.  In his 25 year career in technology, he has helped to build dozens of ventures, collectively generating billions of dollars in market value, including multiple IPOs, and acquisitions by Apple, Facebook, Samsung, Disney, and others. Nova flew to the edge of space in 1999 and zero-gravity training with the Russian space agency. He is a patron of the Commercial SpaceFlight Federation, an early space angel investor in Zero Gravity Corporation (acquired by Space Adventures), and is the co-founder and Chairman of the Arch Mission Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation working to build million year data archives in space. Nova is ranked among the Top 20 Futurists worldwide and as a Top LA Power Player in Technology. In 1994, Nova co-founded one of the first Internet companies, EarthWeb, in the USA, which led to a record-breaking NASDAQ IPO in 1998, and a second IPO of spinout, DICE, in 2007.  After EarthWeb he worked with Stanford Research International (SRI), to co-found their technology incubator, nVention (now, SRI Ventures). While working with SRI, he also worked on the DARPA CALO program which led to the development of SIRI, the intelligent iPhone assistant (sold to Apple).   Spivack has authored dozens of patents for AI, augmented reality, data visualization, natural language processing and analytics. Nova earned degrees from The International Space University and Oberlin College. He has advised governments, presidential campaigns, global corporations, consumer brands, venture funds, and tech startups. His grandfather was the management guru, Peter Drucker. Additional bio details can be found on his blog Bio Page, and his Wikipedia page and on LinkedIn

Nova Spivack is Founder & CEO of Magical Technologies (www.magicalcorp.com), a science and technology venture studio based in Los Angeles. He works as a “venture producer” -- combining his experience as a serial entrepreneur, investor and technologist, to fund and incubate breakthrough companies. 

In his 25 year career in technology, he has helped to build dozens of ventures, collectively generating billions of dollars in market value, including multiple IPOs, and acquisitions by Apple, Facebook, Samsung, Disney, and others.

Nova flew to the edge of space in 1999 and zero-gravity training with the Russian space agency. He is a patron of the Commercial SpaceFlight Federation, an early space angel investor in Zero Gravity Corporation (acquired by Space Adventures), and is the co-founder and Chairman of the Arch Mission Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation working to build million year data archives in space.

Nova is ranked among the Top 20 Futurists worldwide and as a Top LA Power Player in Technology. In 1994, Nova co-founded one of the first Internet companies, EarthWeb, in the USA, which led to a record-breaking NASDAQ IPO in 1998, and a second IPO of spinout, DICE, in 2007. 

After EarthWeb he worked with Stanford Research International (SRI), to co-found their technology incubator, nVention (now, SRI Ventures). While working with SRI, he also worked on the DARPA CALO program which led to the development of SIRI, the intelligent iPhone assistant (sold to Apple).  

Spivack has authored dozens of patents for AI, augmented reality, data visualization, natural language processing and analytics.

Nova earned degrees from The International Space University and Oberlin College. He has advised governments, presidential campaigns, global corporations, consumer brands, venture funds, and tech startups. His grandfather was the management guru, Peter Drucker.

Additional bio details can be found on his blog Bio Page, and his Wikipedia page and on LinkedIn

NOVA SPIVACK

Co-Founder and Chairman

Nick Slavin is CEO and co-founder of Fuzionaire, a breakthrough chemistry venture out of a Caltech Nobel Laureate's lab; managing partner of seed-stage venture capital firm EES Ventures; and founder and chairman of the Slavin Family Foundation, whose Slavin Fellowship supports world-changing student entrepreneurs.

Nick Slavin is CEO and co-founder of Fuzionaire, a breakthrough chemistry venture out of a Caltech Nobel Laureate's lab; managing partner of seed-stage venture capital firm EES Ventures; and founder and chairman of the Slavin Family Foundation, whose Slavin Fellowship supports world-changing student entrepreneurs.

NICK SLAVIN

Co-Founder and President

Stephen Wolfram is Special Advisor to the Arch Mission Foundation on how to solve the "hard problems" of encoding and transmitting humanity's knowledge across millennia, civilizations, technologies, and even species. These questions touch on fundamental issues in philosophy, mathematics, information theory, linguistics, computer science, physics and cosmology, and biology.  Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language; the author of A New Kind of Science; and the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research. Over the course of nearly four decades, he has been a pioneer in the development and application of computational thinking—and has been responsible for many discoveries, inventions and innovations in science, technology and business.  Wolfram's early scientific work was mainly in high-energy physics, quantum field theory and cosmology, and included several now-classic results. Having started to use computers in 1973, Wolfram rapidly became a leader in the emerging field of scientific computing, and in 1979 he began the construction of SMP—the first modern computer algebra system—which he released commercially in 1981. In recognition of his early work in physics and computing, Wolfram became in 1981 the youngest recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. Late in 1981 Wolfram then set out on an ambitious new direction in science aimed at understanding the origins of complexity in nature. The papers Wolfram published quickly had a major impact, and laid the groundwork for the emerging field that Wolfram called complex systems research. Through the mid-1980s, Wolfram continued his work on complexity, discovering a number of fundamental connections between computation and nature, and inventing such concepts as computational irreducibility. Wolfram's work led to a wide range of applications—and provided the main scientific foundations for such initiatives as complexity theory and artificial life.  Following his scientific work on complex systems research, in 1986 Wolfram founded the first journal in the field, Complex Systems, and its first research center.  Then, after a highly successful career in academia — first at Caltech, then at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and finally as Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Illinois — Wolfram launched Wolfram Research, Inc. Wolfram is a sought-after advisor, mentor and speaker in corporate, entrepreneurial and educational settings. He and his wife have four children and live in Concord, Massachusetts. Full bio at: http://www.stephenwolfram.com/about/

Stephen Wolfram is Special Advisor to the Arch Mission Foundation on how to solve the "hard problems" of encoding and transmitting humanity's knowledge across millennia, civilizations, technologies, and even species. These questions touch on fundamental issues in philosophy, mathematics, information theory, linguistics, computer science, physics and cosmology, and biology. 

Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language; the author of A New Kind of Science; and the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research. Over the course of nearly four decades, he has been a pioneer in the development and application of computational thinking—and has been responsible for many discoveries, inventions and innovations in science, technology and business. 

Wolfram's early scientific work was mainly in high-energy physics, quantum field theory and cosmology, and included several now-classic results. Having started to use computers in 1973, Wolfram rapidly became a leader in the emerging field of scientific computing, and in 1979 he began the construction of SMP—the first modern computer algebra system—which he released commercially in 1981.

In recognition of his early work in physics and computing, Wolfram became in 1981 the youngest recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. Late in 1981 Wolfram then set out on an ambitious new direction in science aimed at understanding the origins of complexity in nature. The papers Wolfram published quickly had a major impact, and laid the groundwork for the emerging field that Wolfram called complex systems research.

Through the mid-1980s, Wolfram continued his work on complexity, discovering a number of fundamental connections between computation and nature, and inventing such concepts as computational irreducibility. Wolfram's work led to a wide range of applications—and provided the main scientific foundations for such initiatives as complexity theory and artificial life. 

Following his scientific work on complex systems research, in 1986 Wolfram founded the first journal in the field, Complex Systems, and its first research center. 

Then, after a highly successful career in academia — first at Caltech, then at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and finally as Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Illinois — Wolfram launched Wolfram Research, Inc.

Wolfram is a sought-after advisor, mentor and speaker in corporate, entrepreneurial and educational settings. He and his wife have four children and live in Concord, Massachusetts.

Full bio at: http://www.stephenwolfram.com/about/

STEPHEN WOLFRAM

Special Advisor

Peter is a professor in the ORC at the University of Southampton pursuing his interests in ground-breaking optical phenomena. He discovered the fundamental constituent of the concept of 5D optical memory, which exhibits unprecedented durability and practically unlimited lifetime (www.5DMemoryCrystal.com). He is a celebrated scientific author winning awards for his outstanding and imaginative scientific contributions, and is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America.

Peter is a professor in the ORC at the University of Southampton pursuing his interests in ground-breaking optical phenomena. He discovered the fundamental constituent of the concept of 5D optical memory, which exhibits unprecedented durability and practically unlimited lifetime (www.5DMemoryCrystal.com). He is a celebrated scientific author winning awards for his outstanding and imaginative scientific contributions, and is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America.

PETER KAZANSKY

Senior Technical Advisor

 
Michael Paul is the Space Exploration Mission Formulation Lead at the Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins University, where he is developing missions for the future of solar system exploration, building on APL's success exploring Mercury, Pluto, and other exotic targets.

Michael Paul is the Space Exploration Mission Formulation Lead at the Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins University, where he is developing missions for the future of solar system exploration, building on APL's success exploring Mercury, Pluto, and other exotic targets.

MICHAEL PAUL

Science and Engineering Lead

A futurist, entrepreneur and software engineer, Jeff Garzik is co- founder and CEO of Bloq, a blockchain enterprise software company. Jeff serves on the board of Coin Center, and the advisory boards of BitFury, BitPay, Chain.com, Netki and WayPaver Labs. He has delivered presentations on bitcoin and blockchain technology at TEDx, State of Digital Money, Scaling Bitcoin, as well as private briefings to corporations, governments, central banks, and hedge funds. Jeff was also recently appointed to the Linux Foundation Board of Directors, as well as the World Economic Forum Expert Network as an expert in Information Technology.

A futurist, entrepreneur and software engineer, Jeff Garzik is co- founder and CEO of Bloq, a blockchain enterprise software company.

Jeff serves on the board of Coin Center, and the advisory boards of BitFury, BitPay, Chain.com, Netki and WayPaver Labs. He has delivered presentations on bitcoin and blockchain technology at TEDx, State of Digital Money, Scaling Bitcoin, as well as private briefings to corporations, governments, central banks, and hedge funds. Jeff was also recently appointed to the Linux Foundation Board of Directors, as well as the World Economic Forum Expert Network as an expert in Information Technology.

JEFF GARZIK

Senior Advisor

Andy Hickl is currently the Principal Group Program Manager for Cognitive services at Microsoft's CloudAI group. Previously he was Chief Product Officer for the Intel® Saffron™ Cognitive Solutions Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. He was a Senior Director for Innovation at Vulcan Inc., where he led teams that tackled some of the world's most important problems, from climate change and clean energy to biodiversity and global health.

Andy Hickl is currently the Principal Group Program Manager for Cognitive services at Microsoft's CloudAI group. Previously he was Chief Product Officer for the Intel® Saffron™ Cognitive Solutions Group in Hillsboro, Oregon. He was a Senior Director for Innovation at Vulcan Inc., where he led teams that tackled some of the world's most important problems, from climate change and clean energy to biodiversity and global health.

ANDY HICKL

Senior Advisor

Dan Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy at the University of California, Berkeley, where he is a frequent contributor to and commentator in international news media. He was a coordinating lead author on various reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, and hosted the six-part Discovery Channel series Ecopolis. He received his PhD in Physics from Harvard.

Dan Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy at the University of California, Berkeley, where he is a frequent contributor to and commentator in international news media. He was a coordinating lead author on various reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, and hosted the six-part Discovery Channel series Ecopolis. He received his PhD in Physics from Harvard.

DAN KAMMEN

Senior Advisor

 
Olav is the Frederick Frank ’54 and Mary C. Tanner Professor of Management at Yale University, where he has investigated entrepreneurship and the relationships between basic science and innovation, and won numerous awards for his scholarship and teaching.

Olav is the Frederick Frank ’54 and Mary C. Tanner Professor of Management at Yale University, where he has investigated entrepreneurship and the relationships between basic science and innovation, and won numerous awards for his scholarship and teaching.

OLAV SORENSON

Senior Advisor

Dylan Taylor is a leading angel investor, thought leader, futurist, and founding partner of Space Angels, a global network of commercial aerospace investors and entrepreneurs. As an early-stage investor in more than 40 emerging ventures, including Planet, OmniEarth, Accion, York, Kepler, and Vector Space, Dylan has played a key role in the growth of the private space industry.

Dylan Taylor is a leading angel investor, thought leader, futurist, and founding partner of Space Angels, a global network of commercial aerospace investors and entrepreneurs. As an early-stage investor in more than 40 emerging ventures, including Planet, OmniEarth, Accion, York, Kepler, and Vector Space, Dylan has played a key role in the growth of the private space industry.

DYLAN TAYLOR

Senior Advisor

Frank is a leading communications professional and author of 10 books including The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution, which is considered by many to be a seminal work in the field of space exploration and development. He is currently serving as a mentor for the IBM Watson X-Prize Challenge and working on a new book titled The AI Question. Frank is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, Rhodes Scholar, and earned his M.Phil in Politics from Oxford University.

Frank is a leading communications professional and author of 10 books including The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution, which is considered by many to be a seminal work in the field of space exploration and development. He is currently serving as a mentor for the IBM Watson X-Prize Challenge and working on a new book titled The AI Question. Frank is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, Rhodes Scholar, and earned his M.Phil in Politics from Oxford University.

FRANK WHITE

Senior Advisor

A Stanford and Caltech trained astrobiologist, Loretta has worked in the Astronaut Office, done research on plant life in the Arctic, dove to the bottom of the ocean with Titanic Director James Cameron, floated weightless as a Flight Director for Zero G Corp, Co-Created Yuri’s Night, The World Space Party and is a Virgin Galactic Founder Astronaut.

A Stanford and Caltech trained astrobiologist, Loretta has worked in the Astronaut Office, done research on plant life in the Arctic, dove to the bottom of the ocean with Titanic Director James Cameron, floated weightless as a Flight Director for Zero G Corp, Co-Created Yuri’s Night, The World Space Party and is a Virgin Galactic Founder Astronaut.

LORETTA WHITESIDES

Senior Advisor

 
Stephan Haas received his PhD at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in 1998 and has been a professor at USC since 1998, where he chaired the Physics & Astronomy Department since 2015. Stephan Haas is a theoretical condensed matter physicist, working on the properties of quantum many-body systems. He is an expert in material realistic simulations, using a wide array of state-of-the-art numerical tools, including density functional theory, Quantum Monte Carlo, and numerical renormalization group techniques. Recently, he has focused on light-matter interactions, quantum phase diagrams, quantum phase transitions, quantum dynamics, thermodynamics and transport. Specifically, he has studied the interplay of screening and superconductivity in low-dimensional materials, valley plasmonics, and topological protection mechanisms.

Stephan Haas received his PhD at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in 1998 and has been a professor at USC since 1998, where he chaired the Physics & Astronomy Department since 2015. Stephan Haas is a theoretical condensed matter physicist, working on the properties of quantum many-body systems. He is an expert in material realistic simulations, using a wide array of state-of-the-art numerical tools, including density functional theory, Quantum Monte Carlo, and numerical renormalization group techniques. Recently, he has focused on light-matter interactions, quantum phase diagrams, quantum phase transitions, quantum dynamics, thermodynamics and transport. Specifically, he has studied the interplay of screening and superconductivity in low-dimensional materials, valley plasmonics, and topological protection mechanisms.

STEPHAN HAAS

Senior Scientific Advisor

Pri Narang is an Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Science at Harvard University, where her research explores novel quantum engineered materials and devices with applications in sensing and photodetection, energy conversion, and quantum information processing. She is a Forbes 30 under 30 in Science (2017) and MIT Rising Star in Physics (2016), and received her PhD in Applied Physics from Caltech.

Pri Narang is an Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Science at Harvard University, where her research explores novel quantum engineered materials and devices with applications in sensing and photodetection, energy conversion, and quantum information processing. She is a Forbes 30 under 30 in Science (2017) and MIT Rising Star in Physics (2016), and received her PhD in Applied Physics from Caltech.

PRI NARANG

Scientific Advisor

Hyunjun is passionate about applying biological solutions to complex problems. As co-founder and CEO of CATALOG, he is currently leading the charge to commercialize DNA-based digital data storage. With its novel platform, CATALOG is poised to provide the first large scale data archival service using DNA molecules. Prior to founding CATALOG, Hyunjun was a postdoctoral associate in synthetic biology at MIT. He received a PhD in microbiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a BS in biological sciences at Seoul National University.

Hyunjun is passionate about applying biological solutions to complex problems. As co-founder and CEO of CATALOG, he is currently leading the charge to commercialize DNA-based digital data storage. With its novel platform, CATALOG is poised to provide the first large scale data archival service using DNA molecules. Prior to founding CATALOG, Hyunjun was a postdoctoral associate in synthetic biology at MIT. He received a PhD in microbiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a BS in biological sciences at Seoul National University.

HYUNJUN PARK

Scientific Advisor, DNA Storage

Dr. Anton Toutov is the Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder of Fuzionaire. He received his PhD in organic chemistry from Caltech in the laboratory of Nobel Laureate Robert H. Grubbs, where he held Dow-Resnick, NSERC, and Bristol-Myers Squibb fellowships. Anton collectively has over 30 scholarly articles and patent grants and applications to his name spanning the fields of chemical synthesis, drug discovery, advanced materials, and clean energy.

Dr. Anton Toutov is the Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder of Fuzionaire. He received his PhD in organic chemistry from Caltech in the laboratory of Nobel Laureate Robert H. Grubbs, where he held Dow-Resnick, NSERC, and Bristol-Myers Squibb fellowships. Anton collectively has over 30 scholarly articles and patent grants and applications to his name spanning the fields of chemical synthesis, drug discovery, advanced materials, and clean energy.

ANTON TOUTOV

Scientific Advisor

 
Michelle Hanlon is a space lawyer.  She is a Co-Founder of For All Moonkind, Inc., and a founding partner of ABH Aerospace, LLC.  She received her B.A. in Political Science from Yale College and her J.D. magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center.  Michelle has more than twenty-five years of corporate transactional experience.  She earned her LLM in Air and Space Law from McGill University where the focus of her research was on commercial space and the intersection of commerce and public law. 

Michelle Hanlon is a space lawyer.  She is a Co-Founder of For All Moonkind, Inc., and a founding partner of ABH Aerospace, LLC.  She received her B.A. in Political Science from Yale College and her J.D. magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center.  Michelle has more than twenty-five years of corporate transactional experience.  She earned her LLM in Air and Space Law from McGill University where the focus of her research was on commercial space and the intersection of commerce and public law. 

MICHELLE HANLON

Space Law Advisor

Jacobson was inspired by the first XPRIZE competition to personally and professionally involve himself in the entrepreneurial space industry through research, advocacy, investment, and leadership.  Jacobson co-founded 62MileClub focused on connected the emerging commercial spaceflight sector with the mainstream public. Jacobson also co-founded Aerospace& Defense Forum a global aerospace and defense leadership community of over 1500 executives that provides opportunities for sharing of information and analysis, mutual support and encouragement, partnering, innovation, and performance breakthroughs. Robert was a principal with Space Angels Network which targeted early stage investment opportunities in the aerospace sector. Jacobson completed the International Space University’s Space Studies Program (2016) at the Technion Institute in Haifa, Israel. During that time, Jacobson co-authored a white paper on ways to improve existing land administration administration infrastructure infrastructure by leveraging blockchain technology and high resolution geospatial data. Jacobson contributes articles on the emerging commercial spaceflight industry and is completing his first book titled  “Astropreneurs.”

Jacobson was inspired by the first XPRIZE competition to personally and professionally involve himself in the entrepreneurial space industry through research, advocacy, investment, and leadership. 

Jacobson co-founded 62MileClub focused on connected the emerging commercial spaceflight sector with the mainstream public. Jacobson also co-founded Aerospace& Defense Forum a global aerospace and defense leadership community of over 1500 executives that provides opportunities for sharing of information and analysis, mutual support and encouragement, partnering, innovation, and performance breakthroughs.

Robert was a principal with Space Angels Network which targeted early stage investment opportunities in the aerospace sector.

Jacobson completed the International Space University’s Space Studies Program (2016) at the Technion Institute in Haifa, Israel. During that time, Jacobson co-authored a white paper on ways to improve existing land administration administration infrastructure infrastructure by leveraging blockchain technology and high resolution geospatial data.

Jacobson contributes articles on the emerging commercial spaceflight industry and is completing his first book titled  “Astropreneurs.”

ROBERT C. JACOBSON

Operations Lead

Jack Hidary built his career as an entrepreneur in the finance and technology sectors and is currently focused on clean energy technology and policy. He co-founded Vista Research in 2001 as an independent financial research company serving institutional investors. Jack sold Vista to the Standard & Poor's division of McGraw-Hill in April of 2005.

Jack Hidary built his career as an entrepreneur in the finance and technology sectors and is currently focused on clean energy technology and policy. He co-founded Vista Research in 2001 as an independent financial research company serving institutional investors. Jack sold Vista to the Standard & Poor's division of McGraw-Hill in April of 2005.

JACK D. HIDARY

Senior Advisor

John Bishop is the Founder and President of Norsam Technologies, Inc., a Hillsboro, Oregon based company engaged in focused ion beam technology and other nanoscience applications.  Norsam was the manufacturer of the nickel Rosetta Disc for Long Now Foundation.  The Rosetta Disc was aboard the Rosetta spacecraft launched in 2004 by the European Space Agency which landed on a comet in 2014.  He has had a life long interest in archival preservation. Mr. Bishop is also the Founder of The MASTERS Program, an early college charter high school, located on the campus of Santa Fe Community College. 

John Bishop is the Founder and President of Norsam Technologies, Inc., a Hillsboro, Oregon based company engaged in focused ion beam technology and other nanoscience applications.  Norsam was the manufacturer of the nickel Rosetta Disc for Long Now Foundation.  The Rosetta Disc was aboard the Rosetta spacecraft launched in 2004 by the European Space Agency which landed on a comet in 2014.  He has had a life long interest in archival preservation. Mr. Bishop is also the Founder of The MASTERS Program, an early college charter high school, located on the campus of Santa Fe Community College. 

JOHN BISHOP

Senior Advisor

 
With 25 years of experience as an enterprise architect, including domain experience in advanced aerospace and security applications, Mr Brancato is a standards author and insightful consultant.  He has demonstrated strong engineering and applied math/physics capabilities in space and aviation modeling/simulation.  He has had full-lifecycle software development roles, successfully creating solutions, traceable from business strategy to capability to complex, service-oriented applications.  His architecture work is standards based: TOGAF, FAIR, CMMI, ITIL, et al).  Today, he is the Chief Enterprise Architect for Vertica, a Big Data platform, supporting enterprise and IIoT data aggregation and analytics.  He publishes through the Open Group on topics ranging from IoT to the Open Platform 3.0. Mr Brancato earned a BS from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is a former licensed master mariner, having sailed for Crowley Maritime, Exxon, and the US Army globally.

With 25 years of experience as an enterprise architect, including domain experience in advanced aerospace and security applications, Mr Brancato is a standards author and insightful consultant.  He has demonstrated strong engineering and applied math/physics capabilities in space and aviation modeling/simulation.  He has had full-lifecycle software development roles, successfully creating solutions, traceable from business strategy to capability to complex, service-oriented applications.  His architecture work is standards based: TOGAF, FAIR, CMMI, ITIL, et al).  Today, he is the Chief Enterprise Architect for Vertica, a Big Data platform, supporting enterprise and IIoT data aggregation and analytics.  He publishes through the Open Group on topics ranging from IoT to the Open Platform 3.0.

Mr Brancato earned a BS from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is a former licensed master mariner, having sailed for Crowley Maritime, Exxon, and the US Army globally.

DON BRANCATO

Senior Advisor

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CHRIS STOTT

Senior Advisor

Jeff Andrews is a Partner with the Houston-based law firm Yetter Coleman LLP, where his law practice focuses on IP counseling and patent litigation. Jeff also holds a PhD in biogeochemistry from Duke University, where he was a NASA Earth Systems Science Fellow.

Jeff Andrews is a Partner with the Houston-based law firm Yetter Coleman LLP, where his law practice focuses on IP counseling and patent litigation. Jeff also holds a PhD in biogeochemistry from Duke University, where he was a NASA Earth Systems Science Fellow.

JEFFREY ANDREWS

Intellectual Property Legal Advisor

Bella Miranda is an Executive Consultant, Executive Strategic Planning Coach and Life Coach to a wide array of influential people in Fortune 100 Companies, CEO's, Entertainment and Professional sports industries. She is a captivating public speaker and author of her upcoming self-help book based on her training philosophies and success. Bella holds a certification in Micro Expression from the Emotional Intelligence Academy and is a Robbins-Madanes Coach. She is also trained in Body Language Surveillance and is in the process of acquiring her certification in Positive Psychology. In 2018, she will complete a certification in Innovation & Strategy from the Harvard Division of Continuing Education and another in Applying Psychology in the Workplace from the Cambridge Institution of Continuing Education. That same year, she will also complete Cosmonaut Training to help provide an insight to the future of space travel.   Bella is passionate about the human exploration of outer space through spaceflight. As an affiliate of the National Speakers Association, Bella has participated in the Virgin Unite Leadership Gatherings and is a member of the Disruptors Group. She is also an Association of Spaceflight Professionals (ASP) sponsor, is on the Patrons Board for Commercial Spaceflight Federation, Observer to the Board of CSF and on the Advisor Board for Space For Humanity. Bella engages in numerous charitable and philanthropic endeavors and charity events to stop animal poaching. Whatever time that remains in her busy schedule is devoted to nonprofit organizations focusing on families affected by cancer, helping children, environmental advocacy, planet protection and the Mars Movement.

Bella Miranda is an Executive Consultant, Executive Strategic Planning Coach and Life Coach to a wide array of influential people in Fortune 100 Companies, CEO's, Entertainment and Professional sports industries. She is a captivating public speaker and author of her upcoming self-help book based on her training philosophies and success.

Bella holds a certification in Micro Expression from the Emotional Intelligence Academy and is a Robbins-Madanes Coach. She is also trained in Body Language Surveillance and is in the process of acquiring her certification in Positive Psychology.

In 2018, she will complete a certification in Innovation & Strategy from the Harvard Division of Continuing Education and another in Applying Psychology in the Workplace from the Cambridge Institution of Continuing Education. That same year, she will also complete Cosmonaut Training to help provide an insight to the future of space travel.   Bella is passionate about the human exploration of outer space through spaceflight.

As an affiliate of the National Speakers Association, Bella has participated in the Virgin Unite Leadership Gatherings and is a member of the Disruptors Group. She is also an Association of Spaceflight Professionals (ASP) sponsor, is on the Patrons Board for Commercial Spaceflight Federation, Observer to the Board of CSF and on the Advisor Board for Space For Humanity.

Bella engages in numerous charitable and philanthropic endeavors and charity events to stop animal poaching. Whatever time that remains in her busy schedule is devoted to nonprofit organizations focusing on families affected by cancer, helping children, environmental advocacy, planet protection and the Mars Movement.

BELLA MIRANDA

Executive Advisor

 
 
Josh Jones-Dilworth is the founder and CEO of Jones-Dilworth, Inc., a boutique consultancy that brings emerging technologies to market.

Josh Jones-Dilworth is the founder and CEO of Jones-Dilworth, Inc., a boutique consultancy that brings emerging technologies to market.

JOSH JONES-DILWORTH

PR / Comm. Advisor

Matthew Hoerl is the Lead Venture Producer of AR/VR and Space related technologies at Magical Technologies (magicalcorp.com), a science and technology startup studio that invents world-changing new technologies and incubates them into ventures, founded by serial entrepreneur and innovator, Nova Spivack. Matthew is also the Founder and CEO of BIOME XR, a social mixed reality classroom ecosystem that significantly advances human potential through immersive, individualized learning.   Formerly he was a TV producer on top-rated shows across a variety of major networks including AMC, Discovery, Spike, MTV, OWN, and more.

Matthew Hoerl is the Lead Venture Producer of AR/VR and Space related technologies at Magical Technologies (magicalcorp.com), a science and technology startup studio that invents world-changing new technologies and incubates them into ventures, founded by serial entrepreneur and innovator, Nova Spivack.

Matthew is also the Founder and CEO of BIOME XR, a social mixed reality classroom ecosystem that significantly advances human potential through immersive, individualized learning.  

Formerly he was a TV producer on top-rated shows across a variety of major networks including AMC, Discovery, Spike, MTV, OWN, and more.

MATTHEW HOERL

Production Advisor

Matthew DiMarcantonio is a CS student at Brown whose work includes research aboard NASA's zero-gravity airplane, satellite communications work for predator drones, and work on advanced infrasonic and electromagnetic sensor development at NASA.

Matthew DiMarcantonio is a CS student at Brown whose work includes research aboard NASA's zero-gravity airplane, satellite communications work for predator drones, and work on advanced infrasonic and electromagnetic sensor development at NASA.

MATTHEW DIMARCANTONIO

Advisor

 
 

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