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Ursa Space Systems Names Nicole Robinson as President

Nicole Robinson


Ursa Space Systems

Ursa Space Systems Names Nicole Robinson as President

Nicole Robinson, a veteran of the satellite industry, has been appointed as the new president of Ursa Space Systems. She will support and direct the company’s plans to expand its product offerings for commercial and government customers.

Robinson has more than 15 years of industry expertise, leadership skills and business development experience, SatNews said Monday.

In her new role, Robinson will work with Ursa Space CEO Adam Maher in expanding the company’s commercial and government business relationships on a global scale.

SatNews reported that Maher plans to dedicate more time to thought leadership and satellite community and partnership building.

For 2021, Ursa Space aims to expand its portfolio by building on previous efforts to reach several market verticals, ExecutiveBiz reported.

Robinson previously served as senior vice president of global government at SES Satellites, a provider of satellite connectivity solutions.

In the said role, she led a multi-functional global team dedicated to meeting annual revenue and cost budget targets, Robinson said in her LinkedIn profile.

She also spent three years at General Dynamics as strategic communications lead for U.S. Standing Joint Force Headquarters. 

Robinson earned a Master of Business Administration and a master of computer applications degree from Liberty University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Radford University.

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