Samuel Coniglio is a veteran space activist, former Vice President of the Space Tourism Society, formerly of the X PRIZE Foundation and McDonnell Douglas. Designer of several space tourism products such as the “Snuggle Tunnel,” “Zero Gravity Cocktail Glass,” “G-Chair,” service robots, and more. Inventor of the COSMOBOT, a rocket ship-shaped robot that serves quality cocktails. Featured in WIRED, History Channel, Huffington Post, Discovery Channel, and TESTED.com.
Allison Dollar, corporate strategist for interactive video and entertainment technology companies. Executive producer of 2002 and 2006 STS Space Tourism ORBIT Awards, as well as T-10 Anniversary Dinner in 2011.
Carolyn Kamii is President of Carolyn Kamii Public Relations, which specializes in architecture, aviation, beauty, fitness, health, food, hospitality, interior design, and special events publicity. Her highly respected clients have received top awards from nationally known consumer and trade publications, and her work includes creating strategic partnerships with charitable organizations, sponsorships of major events, and pursuing cross-promotional marketing opportunities with key talent, tastemakers and influencers in Fashion, Music and Entertainment. Carolyn is also a specialist in foreign languages, and fluently speaks and writes French and Italian, and is conversational in Japanese. She has traveled extensively in Europe and Japan, and also holds a private pilot license, a B.A. in Art History from U.C. Berkeley and a M.A. in Art History from Syracuse University. www.carolynkamii.com
Jason Klassi is an Emmy-nominated film maker and President of Expedition Earth, Inc. He was the director and host of the STS 2002 ORBIT Awards show. He is the author of The Everyday Space Traveler. www.spacetraveler.com
David Knight is the producer of SHUTTLE3D & The New Pioneers (www.shuttle3dmovie.com). In 2004 he was Vice-President of the Ansari XPRIZE, and has built both high-tech and entertainment ventures.
Alexander Layendecker, Ph.D., is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and served seven years as an Air Force space operations officer. During his time on active-duty he served as a space launch range control officer and instructor, a space tactics officer for the USAF Aggressors, and completed a tour of duty in Afghanistan. He completed his Masters in Public Health from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in 2013, and his PhD in Human Sexuality in early 2016. Dr. Layendecker’s research focused on human sexuality and reproduction in off-Earth environments, and the research gaps that must be filled in the future in order to make long-term colonization of other worlds a viable possibility.
Tony Materna, president and CEO of Teal Sustainable Packaging and former Air Force Pilot. Vice President of the Space Tourism Society.
Nicola Sarzi-Amade, Ph.D., Vice President and Business Development Manager of Global Aerospace Corporation, an R&D company founded by former NASA/JPL employees. Expert in design of Mars missions, launch vehicles, and spacecraft. Co-author of the book Space Mission Engineering: The New SMAD. Former Chair of the Los Angeles – Las Vegas Section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). www.gaerospace.com
John Spencer, an award winning NASA Space Architect, designer and developer of several space and future themed theme parks and attractions. Founder and President of the Space Tourism Society. www.spacetourismsociety.org
Jeff Tollefson is CEO of TheraPure Health Essentials Corporation. TheraPure.com