Caleb Williams is a Space Systems Analyst at SpaceWorks Enterprises, Inc. (SEI). At SpaceWorks, his primary focus area is creating economic analyses, lifecycle cost estimates, and business case assessments for advanced space concepts.
Prior to joining SpaceWorks, Caleb was a Business Consultant in Perficient’s Microsoft National Business Unit, where he supported clients in the design and automation of business processes through SharePoint and the Microsoft Cloud. In addition to his work at Perficient, Caleb has also spent time as an Expedition Coordinator at Blue Marble Exploration, and completed internships at Ansible Space Communications Systems (now RBC Signals) and Dish Network.
In 2015, Caleb started the Solar Crafting Research Group – a collective of young professionals participating in NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Centennial Challenge. The Solar Crafting team was selected as design-phase finalists for the competition and invited to present their habitat concept and 3D printed model at the New York World Maker Faire. Their designs were additionally featured at the Atlanta Maker Faire, SpaceUp Atlanta, and in Atlanta Magazine’s “From Red Clay to the Red Planet”.
Caleb is a graduate of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, where he earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Economic Consulting and Marketing from their Bloomington campus.