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Mr. Jeffrey Trauberman

Jeff Trauberman is the Vice President of Government Affairs for VOX Space

Vox Space is a US-incorporated wholly-owned subsidiary of Virgin Orbit. VOX Space provides the national security community with responsive, dedicated and affordable launch services for small satellites. Jeff leads the VOX Space engagement with the US Government in the National Capital Area.

Prior to joining VOX Space, Jeff worked for The Boeing Company for more than three decades, where he most recently served as Vice President of Space, Intelligence and Missile Defense for Government Operations. In this role, he led customer engagement in the areas of satellite and space systems, intelligence, integrated missile defense and cyber-information systems.

Jeff was previously Vice President of Business Development for Boeing Network & Space Systems and Vice President of Business Development for the Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems business. These assignments included Boeing space, satellite and ground operations for civil, commercial and national security customers. Jeff also served in other leadership roles at Boeing involving program management, strategic planning and subcontract management.

He has been an active member of the aerospace community, having twice served as Chairman of the Satellite Industry Association, Chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association Space Council, Chairman of the Military Communications (MILCOM) Conference Board, Chairman of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics-National Capital Section, and President of the National Space Club. He has also served on the boards of the Washington Space Business Roundtable, the Space Transportation Association, the Space Division of the National Defense Industrial Association, and the Brown University School of Engineering Corporate Advisory Board.  He also serves as an adjunct with the Science and Technology Policy Institue.

Jeff has a law degree from Georgetown University and a BA in biochemistry from Brown University. He is generally regarded as a very poor hockey player, but this does not seem to deter him.


ON THE AGENDA - June 25

1515 - The Relationship Between Commercial Space and Counterspace

Over the last several years, there has been a growing focus on two different conversations: one about the commercial and economic development of space, and another about the risk of conflict on Earth extending into space. Yet there is often very little dialogue on how these two issues interact and what impact each may have on the other. How might greater geopolitical instability or actual war in space impact commercialization? Can the private sector play a role in deterring space conflict or providing more resilient capabilities? | Moderator: Brian Weeden, SWF Director of Program Planning

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