He will work with a group of aerospace and defense sector veterans to guide the Denver-based company on its mission to become known as a publicly traded company within the “NewSpace” industry, Voyager said Wednesday.
As NASA’s 13th administrator, Bridenstine spearheaded agencywide space, aeronautic and scientific initiatives such as the Artemis lunar exploration program.
He previously served on the House Armed Services and Science, Space and Technology committees. During his U.S. Navy career, he logged 1,900 flight hours and supported the branch’s combat missions in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In January, Acorn Growth Companies named Bridenstine as a senior adviser for the Oklahoma City-based private equity firm.