Randa Relich Milliron--Interorbital Systems’ CoFounder--has served since 1995 as the company’s CEO and Director of Marketing. Her professional experience spans aerospace, media, the arts, music, and academia. She is a cross-disciplinarian with experience as a University Professor in the US and Europe; News Director/Producer at AFN Berlin; Electronic/Industrial Musician with H-Bomb/White Noise; Cultural Arts Commissioner, City of Pomona; and Danceteria NYC DJ. She holds a BA in Existential Phenomenological Psychology and an MA in African Languages from Duquesne University with additional studies in Chemistry and Molecular Biology at Cal Poly Pomona. On the engineering side, her specialization is the development and use of high-temperature composite materials in space applications. Academic pursuits include creating STEM curricula centered on Interorbital's CubeSat and TubeSat Kits.
Access to space has historically been expensive, complex and risky. Recently, there have been many new commercial space launch companies working on innovative technologies to dramatically lower the cost of getting payloads into orbit. Randa Milliron, CEO and founder of Interorbital Systems, is developing a revolutionary space launch system to provide dedicated, ultra-low-cost access to space.