Dino Lorenzini

CEO and Chairman

Americans have been involved in space for over 50 years now … and Dr. Lorenzini has been there for all of them, developing and managing complex space systems.

During his career as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Col. Lorenzini held senior management responsibilities for several major space development projects, including the Apollo Lunar Module, the Peacekeeper Missile Guidance and Control System, the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System, the High Energy Space Based Laser and the Strategic Defense Initiative System. As Director of the Pilot Architecture Study, Dr. Lorenzini led the technical efforts of over 75 leading scientists and engineers in the conceptual design and analysis of a National Ballistic Missile Defense System.

Dr. Lorenzini was also Founder and President of EYETEL International, the very first low-Earth orbit satellite system for worldwide asset tracking and environmental monitoring, where he guided the project's concept formulation, licensing, funding, development and operation. Dr. Lorenzini also conceived the initial technical design for the Ellipso mobile satellite voice system.

He received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Astronautical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a BS degree in Engineering Science from the USAF Academy. He also earned an MBA in Business Administration and Executive Management from Auburn University in Alabama.