New Business Development Manager hired at SDL
March 4, 2001
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce that Mr. Cliff Holle has joined the company as Business Development Manager in the office of Program Development. As such, he is responsible for a wide range of marketing and business development activities with SDL's key NASA, Department of Defense (DoD) and commercial customers.
Mr. Holle comes to SDL from the Affiliated Research Center (ARC) at the Utah State University (USU) Research Foundation where he served as ARC/Remote Sensing Program Manager. Previously, he served as a Program Manager for NASA's Commercial Remote Sensing Program where he led NASA's hyperspectral remote sensing initiative within their Earth Observation Commercial Applications Program. He is experienced in developing and implementing partnering projects and has provided technical support and management to programs at nine universities, including USU.
A graduate of the University of Utah with a B.Sc. in Geography, Mr. Holle is an MBA candidate at USU. He also served in the US Navy where he received extensive electronics and engineering training.
SDL, a not-for-profit research corporation owned by Utah State University, has designed, fabricated and operated over 400 payloads over the past four decades, including space shuttle experiments, small satellites and satellite-based sensor systems. Core competencies include infrared and hyperspectral sensor development, data compression and processing, cryogenic systems, and sensor calibration. SDL has offices in Logan, UT, Bedford, MA and Washington, DC.