Press Release

Space Tango Welcomes Director of Strategic Engagement and External Affairs

By SpaceRef Editor
April 30, 2020
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Space Tango today announced the hiring of Cindy Martin-Brennan as the Director of Strategic Engagement and External Affairs. Martin-Brennan is a leader in government relations and stakeholder communications with 35 years of professional experience in the aerospace industry.
Martin-Brennan will lead stakeholder engagement and strategic communications, including the provision of high-quality and responsive information for Space Tango partners. She will also develop and implement collaborative stakeholder engagement plans from strategic, tactical, and operational perspectives. In addition, Martin-Brennan will advise the alignment of programs and initiatives to ensure the execution of the Space Tango vision.
Space Tango is excited to welcome Cindy as a valuable addition to our Company’s continued growth and establishment of a robust space economy in low-Earth Orbit.
“Cindy’s expertise in strategic engagement at federal and state levels, coupled with her contributions to the space industry, provide a new perspective for Space Tango,” said Twyman Clements, Space Tango chief executive officer and co-founder. “Space Tango is excited to welcome Cindy as a valuable addition to our Company’s continued growth and establishment of a robust space economy in low-Earth Orbit.”
Previously, Martin-Brennan served as the Director of Stakeholder Management at the International Space Station National Laboratory, formerly the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), where she led the development and implementation of strategic plans to engage stakeholders including government agencies, industry and academia. She also served as an ISS National Laboratory representative through a variety of panels, whitepapers, and roundtable discussions on Capitol Hill. Prior to this, Martin-Brennan served as the Executive Director for the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) where she implemented operational strategies and partnerships that established the society as a leader in space policy contributions and fostered the exchange of ideas between scientists and engineers to advance biological and physical science research and development in, of and for space.
Martin-Brennan will be based in Washington, D.C. To learn more about Cindy Martin-Brennan and her contributions to the aerospace industry, visit
Space Tango provides improved access to microgravity through their Open Orbit platform for research and commercial manufacturing applications that benefit life on Earth. The Company believes the microgravity environment is a new frontier for discovery and innovation. Space Tango is focused on creating a new global market 250 miles up in low-Earth orbit and envisions a future where the next important breakthroughs in both healthcare and technology will occur off the planet. Recognized for their expertise in microgravity design and operations, Space Tango believes that by exploring with industry and educational partners of all kinds, we can improve life on Earth and inspire the next generation to continue to expand the horizon of this new frontier. For more information, visit

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