- Press Release
- August 18, 2022
SpaceHab Names Julia Pulzone Chief Financial Officer
Washington, D.C., February 14, 2000 – SPACEHAB, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPAB) today
announced that Julia A. Pulzone will join the company as Senior Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer. Ms. Pulzone, a 16-year veteran in corporate finance, succeeds
Mark A. Kissman, who is leaving the company to serve as CFO for a company that is
preparing to issue its initial public offering.
Ms. Pulzone will oversee all SPACEHAB financing operations, including corporate
finance, accounting, budgeting, regulatory compliance reporting and investor relations.
Ms. Pulzone also will spearhead the company’s financial strategies for mergers and
Ms. Pulzone comes to SPACEHAB after three years as Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer of Paragren Technologies, Inc. in Reston, Virginia, a leading provider
of high performance marketing automation software. Paragren recently was acquired
by Siebel Systems Inc. of San Mateo, California. Before joining Paragren, Ms. Pulzone
served as Director of Accounting with AMISYS Managed Care Systems, Inc. (formerly
NASDAQ: AMCS) in Rockville, Maryland. She also has served as Director of Financial
Reporting and Taxes for Telos Corporation.
Ms. Pulzone began her career with Price Waterhouse and Grant Thornton in
Washington, D.C. A Certified Public Accountant, she holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in Accounting and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of
Maryland at College Park.
“Mark has been a true asset to the Company, and we wish him well in his new
endeavor. We are pleased that Julia is joining us, as her experience in rapidly growing
technology-driven businesses fits perfectly with SPACEHAB’s strategy of expanding
commercial services and broadening its customer base,” said SPACEHAB Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer Dr. Shelley A. Harrison.
SPACEHAB, with its Johnson Engineering and Astrotech units, is the world’s leading
provider of commercial payload processing services for manned and unmanned
payloads. SPACEHAB is the first company to commercially develop, own and operate
habitable modules that provide laboratory facilities and logistics resupply aboard
NASA’s Space Shuttles. The Company also supports NASA astronaut training at
Johnson Space Center, Houston.
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