Bruce Kraselsky is a co-founder of SPI, with over 30 years of executive-level experience in space-related industry sectors, including satellite communications, remote sensing, remote asset monitoring and control, and weather. Mr. Kraselsky specializes in international business planning and development, as well as legal and regulatory matters related to space business.
In addition to SPI, Mr. Kraselsky has co-founded and / or played leading roles in a number of international startups, including Assure Space (a highly successful managing general agency for space insurance), AfriHUB (an ICT business in West Africa that has trained more than 1.2 million students in basic to advanced computer skills), Global Radio (a European-based satellite digital radio system), GlobeNet Communications (a submarine fiber optic cable system constructed between the US, Bermuda, Venezuela and Brazil), Constellation Communications (a global LEO satellite system for mobile communications), and International MicroSpace (a low-cost space launch vehicle under contract with the US Department of Defense). He also contributed to the development of the Florida Space Authority, and helped start up the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation.
Earlier in his career, as an Attorney for the US Department of Commerce, he was responsible for overseeing US interests in INTELSAT and INMARSAT, as well as ITU regulatory activity, and played a key staff role in the development of the first US National Commercial Space Policy and the enabling environment for US commercial space activities.
Mr. Kraselsky holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, also from the University of Florida. He is a member of the Florida and District of Columbia bar associations.