Dynetics has recently hired Mark Fisher as a program manager for space hardware in the Space Systems Division. Fisher has nearly 30 years of experience in the aerospace industry in the areas of program management, propulsion systems design, analysis and test, and flight operations.
"We are proud to bring Mark back to Dynetics. He has made a significant impact within the aerospace industry and will truly help our division," said Kim Doering, Space Systems division manager. "With our rapidly expanding space hardware portfolio, Mark's expertise will be critical in helping us deliver quality products to our government and commercial customers," Doering mentioned.
Prior to his current role, Fisher was the vice president and general manager at Schafer Aerospace and director of Huntsville, Ala. Operations. Previously, he was the manager of the Dynetics Propulsion Department. He served as vice president for programs at Orion Propulsion during the acquisition of Orion by Dynetics. He was also a program director at Miltec, overseeing missile refurbishment for use as satellite launchers.
Fisher was a 15-year civil servant with NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, beginning his career in the Propulsion Laboratory working on the analysis and testing of cryogenic tanks, the Space Shuttle main engine and the Space Shuttle main propulsion system. He also worked at Stennis Space Center and managed Marshall's Office of Exploration.
Fisher earned a bachelor's and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from Pennsylvania State University.