Jon Wallace

Mr. Jon G. Wallace is a Program Manager at SpaceWorks Enterprises, Inc. (SEI). In this role he is responsible for resource allocation, bid and proposal efforts, and customer relationship management, all aimed at achieving strategic results across SEI’s portfolio of projects.

Previously, Mr. Wallace led SEI’s Software Division, where he was responsible for projects spanning all phases of the software product lifecycle. He managed the design, development, and deployment of two all-new desktop applications built to support cost and schedule estimation functions at NASA Headquarters. Mr. Wallace also led the release of two commercial mobile apps, a process that involved leading a multidisciplinary team of designers and developers from initial concept ideation through product release and maintenance on both the iTunes App Store and Google Play. In addition to executing new development projects, he was also responsible for maintenance and customer support activities for several legacy software products marketed by SpaceWorks Software.

Prior to his stint with SpaceWorks Software, Mr. Wallace was a Senior Project Engineer with the Engineering Division of SEI. Here he oversaw SEI’s systems engineering support for the Air Force Research Laboratory, performed technical modeling and analysis for various NASA field centers, and supported SEI’s bid and proposal efforts. Mr. Wallace held key roles in a series of system and technology studies for the U.S. Air Force and NASA. He was the technical lead on SEI’s preliminary study of Reusable Booster System (RBS) vehicle concepts. Mr. Wallace was also involved in several activities within NASA’s Project Constellation, including lunar exploration architecture studies, analysis of alternatives for advanced chemical in-space propulsion, and examination of present and future opportunities for economic development of space.

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering with high honor from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Mr. Wallace is a Senior Member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).