November 8-11 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center in Buffalo, New York

Speaker

Steve Brody

Steven Brody operates ISU's North American Office, located in the Washington, DC area. Before joining ISU, Steve held numerous senior positions with NASA in Washington, DC, Houston, and in Europe. He was intimately involved with the Discovery Program of planetary science missions, including Lunar Prospector, Genesis, and Deep Impact. In earlier roles, he contributed to NASA's Strategic Planning, its investment in in-situ resource utilization, and its support of the commercial development of space. While working on the Space Station Program, he spent four years in The Netherlands as NASA's representative to ESA. Before joining NASA, Steve worked in aerospace industry, performing systems engineering and project management for Space Shuttle integration & test, and he also served in a business development role. He has a Bachelor's degree in Physics (Drexel Univ.), and a Masters in Aeronautics & Astronautics (MIT). Steve is a Board member of the American Astronautical Society, an Associate Fellow of the AIAA, and a member of the National Space Society, The Planetary Society, and the Washington Space Business Roundtable. He was a participant in the first NASA-sponsored G.K. O'Neill Colonization of Space summer study.
Steve Brody
Vice President of North American Operations, International Space University