FreeFall Aerospace Team Photo in Tucson, Arizona

About FreeFall

FreeFall Aerospace is developing revolutionary new antenna technology for ground, air, and space. Their innovative spherical antennas are drawing interest from various commercial and government organizations, offering a wide field of view, electronic steering, and low mass to dramatically simplify and improve satellite communications. FreeFall was founded in Tucson as a spin-off from the University of Arizona and the team has expertise in space and antenna systems.

Startup of the Year Finalist 2022 – Copper Cactus Awards
Innovation Leader of the Year 2019 – FreeFall Aerospace
Innovator of the Year StartUp Company 2019 – FreeFall Aerospace
Inventor of the Year 2018 – Chris Walker, Co-Founder of FreeFall Aerospace
TechConnect Defense Innovation Awards 2017 & 2018

Doug Stetson, Co-founder
Doug Stetson, Co-founderPresident and CEO
Chris Walker, Co-founder
Chris Walker, Co-founderChief Scientist and VP for R&D
Dan Geraci
Dan GeraciPresident & Chief Operating Officer
Julie Bonner
Julie BonnerDirector of Communications
Juan Carlos Lopez-Tonazzi
Juan Carlos Lopez-TonazziChief Engineer
Aman Chandra, Ph.D.
Aman Chandra, Ph.D.Aerospace Engineer
Austin Scheidemantel
Austin ScheidemantelPrincipal RF Engineer
Brandon Swift
Brandon SwiftEngineer
Terrance Pat, Ph.D.
Terrance Pat, Ph.D.RF Design Engineer
Doug Morrison
Doug MorrisonSenior RF Engineer
David Warnes
David WarnesProgram Manager
Gerard Durocher
Gerard DurocherEngineering Technician

Board of Directors

Scott Webster
Scott WebsterCo-founder, Orbital Science Corp
Fletcher McCusker
Fletcher McCuskerCEO, UA Venture Capital
Kenneth Dorushka
Kenneth DorushkaSenior Executive

Special Members of the Team

OtterOffice Dog
HakuOffice Dog