Architect, CEO of exponential Design Lab, innovation design firm. Responsible for major aerospace projects. Presented over
20 papers in space architecture subjects. Advisor for Student Space Competition Projects, and recipient of several world class
awards. Author of “The quadrillion economy”, to be published Oct. 2012.
JOHN LEE: Executive Director at Leeward Space Foundation and Chairman of the Board of the International
Space Development HUB (ISDHub). The Leeward Space Foundation supports efforts to help
humanity become a space-faring race through exploration, commercialization, and colonization of our solar system and beyond. John is a retired Middle School, High School, and College Educator. His education background
covers a variety of fields including Mathematics, Physics, Earth Science, and Computer Science.
PIER MARZOCCA: Aerospace Engineer, Professor at Clarkson University. Author of more than 200
archival journal and review papers on aerospace systems. Deputy Editor in Chief of the International
Journal of Aeronautical and Space Sciences and Associate Editor of other aeronautical and space journals. Principal investigator
in several NASA, ARMY, AFOSR, and NSF projects. Advisor for NASA RASC-AL students program.
JOSEPH D. MILLER:
Astrobiologist / Circadian Biologist / Neuropharmacologist. Associate Professor of Cell and Neurobiology Keck School of Medicine
at USC. Former NASA Shuttle Project Director (SLS1, SLS2). Author of over 75 scientific papers in neuropharmacology and circadian
ARMEN PAPAZIAN: Financial Economist, Innovator, Consultant and Speaker. He is the founder and
CEO of Keipr. Former Academic, Investment Banker and Stock Exchange Executive. Introduced Space Value of Money as a valuation
principle. Proposed a unique solution to the global debt crisis through simple improvements in money mechanics.
CHARLES RADLEY: Spacecraft
systems engineer, worked on manned and unmanned spacecraft development and operations. He is an EIT Engineer in Training registered
in California, and an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He has worked on a variety
of innovative projects. He is a Director of Leeward Space Foundation and an advocate of Space Based Solar Power.
Astrobiologist, Professor at Washington State University. Author of more than 100 scientific papers and 5 books, including
Life in Universe: Expectations and Constraints. Received the Friedrich Wilhelm
Bessel Award for extraordinary achievements in theoretical biology.
AMALIE SINCLAIR: Humanist, Space Policy
Advocate, and Director of Leeward Space Foundation. She has authored many publications and presented at a variety of conferences.
She has been the developmental force behind ISDHub since 2007. She was the director and producer of a large scale performing
arts program for the millennial celebrations.