Ashley is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Voyager Space. She joined the company in early 2023. In her role, Ashley is responsible for driving organizational performance through strategic business partnership, maximizing the value of human capital, championing Voyager’s values & culture, and delivering HR fundamentals for the enterprise.
Ashley is a skilled leader in the HR function with diverse experience across commercial industries and organizational landscapes, primarily within large public companies. She is experienced at developing human capital strategies that are aligned to business goals and objectives, with hands-on leadership in talent management, organizational effectiveness, leadership development, cultural stewardship, total rewards, communication, and change & transformation efforts.
Ashley holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She works remotely from Los Angeles, CA and enjoys running, reading and spending time with family.
MoU between ESA, Airbus and Voyager Space outlines collaboration on post-International Space Station infrastructure and missions Seville, 09 November 2023 – The European Space
While many think of space as vast and empty, the near-Earth environment is getting crowded. Today, there are more than 8,000 satellites within Earth’s
DENVER, Oct. 4, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Voyager Space (Voyager) today announced they plan to enter a teaming agreement with Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) to
We’re happy to share that the HUNCH program has reached yet another exciting milestone! This summer, HUNCH (High school students United with NASA to
DENVER, Sept. 26, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Voyager Space (Voyager), a global leader in space exploration, today announced Dr. Mark J. Lewis has joined the
Dr. Mark J. Lewis is the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Purdue Applied Research Institute LLC (PARI), the non-profit research arm of Purdue University, created to apply advanced technologies to tackle critical challenges in national security, infrastructure, and economic prosperity.
Prior to this position, Dr. Lewis was the Executive Director of the Emerging Technologies Institute (ETI), a non-partisan think tank sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association. Dr. Lewis joined NDIA following his service as the Director of Defense Research and Engineering in the Department of Defense, overseeing technology modernization for all Services and DOD Agencies, as well as the acting Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Research & Engineering. In that role he was the Pentagon’s senior-most scientist, managing a $17B budget that included DARPA, the Missile Defense Agency, the Defense Innovation Unit, the Space Development Agency, as well as the Federally-funded Research and Development Centers, and the department’s basic and applied research portfolio.
From 2012 to 2019, Dr. Lewis was the Director of the Science and Technology Policy Institute, a Federally-Funded Research and Development Center that supported the Executive Office of the President and other Executive Branch agencies in the formulation of national science and technology policy. Dr. Lewis is a professor emeritus at the University of Maryland, where he served as the Willis Young, Jr. Professor and Chair of the Department of Aerospace Engineering until 2012. A faculty member at Maryland for 25 years, Dr Lewis taught and conducted basic and applied research in the fields of hypersonic aerodynamics, advanced propulsion, space vehicle design and optimization. Best known for his work in hypersonics, Dr. Lewis’s research has spanned the aerospace flight spectrum from the analysis of conventional jet engines to entry into planetary atmospheres. From 2004 to 2008, Dr. Lewis was the Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force, the principal scientific adviser to the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Air Force. As the longest-serving Chief Scientist in Air Force history, his primary areas of focus included hypersonics, space launch, energy, sustainment, advanced propulsion, basic research, and workforce development. From 2010 to 2011 he was President of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Dr Lewis attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received his Bachelor of Science in aeronautics and astronautics, Bachelor of Science in earth and planetary science (1984), Master of Science (1985) and Doctor of Science (1988) in aeronautics and astronautics. He is the author of more than 320 publications, and has been adviser to more than 60 graduate students. In addition, he has served on various boards for NASA and the DOD, including two terms on the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board.
A recipient of the USAF’s Exemplary, Meritorious, and Exceptional Civilian Service Awards, and the Secretary of Defense Outstanding Public Service Award, Dr. Lewis was also the 1994 AIAA National Capital Young Scientist/Engineer of the Year, received the IECEC/AIAA Lifetime Achievement Award, the AIAA Dryden Lectureship, the AFA Theodore von Karman Award, and is an Aviation Week and Space Technology Laureate. He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics, a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, and an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Achievement to Further Extend Continuous Exploration and Scientific Advancement Aboard the International Space Station DENVER, Sept. 6, 2023 — Voyager Space (Voyager), a global