Dr. Zachary C. Krevor is the Vice President of Engineering at Stratolaunch. Dr. Krevor has responsibility for Engineering at Stratolaunch, including conversion of the carrier aircraft into a mobile launch platform,launch vehicle development, and the technical integration of launch systems with the Stratolaunch architecture. Dr. Krevor’s Engineering department also has responsibility for mission systems, mission operations, ground and airborne support equipment.

Dr. Krevor has a M.S. and Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA. Dr. Krevor has experience with a wide range of spacecraft and launch vehicle programs. Zachary worked as both a reliability engineer and a propulsion analyst for the Lockheed Martin Orion program; he was also a member of Lockheed’s Altair Lunar Lander team. Prior to Stratolaunch, Dr. Krevor was a Chief Systems Engineer on the Dream Chaser program for Sierra Nevada Corporation. He worked primarily the Commercial Crew configuration and led the Advanced Development group. Dr. Krevor’s responsibilities included everything from management of the integrated vehicle performance, to leadership of the crew aborts development, mission conductor of scale model flight testing, and as the back-up flight dynamics officer during initial flight testing.

Zachary is a senior member of AIAA, the Space Systems Technical Committee, and a private pilot.