Lindsay is currently the Chief Technology Officer for GEOshare, LLC. She leads the technical team turning customer mission statements into architectures, payload designs, and full satellite configurations.
Lindsay also leads the collaboration between Lockheed Martin, GEOshare, and the MILO Space Science Institute, a non-profit research collaborative whose mission is to provide affordable access to deep space science missions. Lindsay leads the mission architecture development and spacecraft design efforts. Most recently, Lindsay was recognized by The Society of Satellite Professionals International as a “Future Leader in the Space Industry” as one of the top 20 professionals within the space industry under the age of 35.
Lindsay started her career at Lockheed Martin in a rotational program, supporting satellite integration and testing activities on the Advanced EHF satellite program, readying satellites for launch. Lindsay led an individual effort to develop the mobile application for business development and trade shows to showcase the Lockheed portfolio of Military satellite experience.
Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Lindsay worked at NASA Wallops Flight Facility as an Aerospace Engineer in the Guidance Navigation and Control and Mission Systems Group, focusing on antenna simulations and tracking algorithms for Mars and telescopic missions. Lindsay developed an algorithm to use the day-time moon for telescope tracking and location calculations.
Lindsay received her Bachelor’s in Aerospace Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2014 and her Master’s in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2020.