Who we Are
Solving big problems requires seeing the big picture. But for many of today’s innovators, a truly global point of view is out of reach since access to space has long been limited.
Paul G. Allen founded Stratolaunch to get game-changing ideas off the ground by making space launch more reliable, affordable and accessible than ever before. From uncovering better climate data to protecting endangered species to solving humanitarian challenges, the potential benefits of data collected from satellites are world-altering.
It’s these possibilities that drove us to develop the world’s largest plane, which acts as a launch pad in the sky, bypassing many of the hazards that cause ground-launch delays here on Earth. From our base of operations at Mojave Air & Space Port, we’re creating a world where booking a satellite launch is as routine and convenient as booking a plane ticket. So more people — across more industries — can see their big ideas take flight.
With Stratolaunch, the most exciting thing about space is how amazingly close it is.
Your orbit, anytime.
To empower the world’s problem solvers.
Deliver today. Grow for tomorrow. Accuracy and integrity always.
Meet the Executive Team
With more than 30 years in the aerospace industry, Jean has extensive experience leading air-launched space vehicles, launch operations and spacecraft programs. A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Jean’s career in space began on active duty in the Air Force and continued as the Program Manager for Orbital’s Pegasus system. Most recently, Jean was Vice President and General Manager for the civil and defense division at Orbital ATK, where he managed P&L for Human Space Systems, National Security Space, Science and Environmental, and Advanced Flight Systems.
Jean holds a master’s degree in Engineering Management from the Florida Institute of Technology.
Dr. Zachary Krevor is responsible for engineering at Stratolaunch, including the conversion of the carrier aircraft into a mobile launch platform, launch vehicle development and the technical integration of launch systems within the Stratolaunch architecture. Dr. Krevor also oversees mission systems, mission operations, and ground and airborne support equipment.
A Ph.D. graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Dr. Krevor has experience with a wide range of spacecraft and launch vehicle programs. He worked as both a reliability engineer and a propulsion analyst for the Lockheed Martin Orion program and was a member of Lockheed’s Altair Lunar Lander team. Most recently, Dr. Krevor was a Chief Systems Engineer on the Dream Chaser program for Sierra Nevada Corporation. He worked primarily with the Commercial Crew variant and led the Advanced Development group. Dr. Krevor is also a senior member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and the Space Systems Technical Committee.