FreeFall Aerospace Appoints Dan Geraci as CEO to Lead the Antenna Maker Forward in the NewSpace Economy
Tucson, Arizona – FreeFall Aerospace, a trailblazer in communications infrastructure, is thrilled to announce a significant leadership transition within the organization. Dan Geraci, previously the President and Chief Operating Officer of FreeFall Aerospace, has been elevated to CEO by the company’s Board.
Doug Stetson, Co-founder and Chairman of FreeFall Aerospace, commented, “Dan’s promotion to CEO reflects his exceptional leadership and contributions since joining us. He is a visionary and a consummate professional in our industry. His experience will be instrumental as we continue to innovate and create value for our customers and stakeholders.”
This promotion marks an exciting juncture for FreeFall as its groundbreaking technology, designed to address critical challenges in terrestrial and cislunar communications, is set to roll out heading into 2024. Dan’s wealth of operating experience in crafting and executing business strategies and his history of leading high-performing teams uniquely positions him to lead FreeFall into this next phase of growth.
“I am honored to assume the CEO role at FreeFall Aerospace and lead our team into the future at this pivotal time in our history,” stated Geraci. “Our technology has the potential to revolutionize the economics, capabilities, and impact of satellite communications on Earth and in space. I look forward to collaborating with and supporting our exceptionally talented engineering team to realize this vision.”
Next Phase of Growth
Dan Geraci’s wealth of experience crafting and executing business strategies and his history of leading high-performing teams uniquely positions him to lead FreeFall Aerospace into its next phase of growth and innovation in satellite communications.
For the past 17 years, Dan has also been Chairman of the Board of The Planetary Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing space exploration and STEM education. He is also a Board member of The Foundation for the Future, a nonprofit focused on workforce development and policy for the space economy.
About FreeFall Aerospace:
Founded in 2016 as a spin-off from the University of Arizona, FreeFall Aerospace is developing revolutionary new antenna technology for cislunar and terrestrial applications. FreeFall’s innovative antenna systems use the company’s patented technologies to fill critical gaps in communications infrastructure, solving many challenges for commercial and government customers at much lower costs. For comprehensive information about FreeFall Aerospace and its cutting-edge communications solutions, visit www.freefallaerospace.com.