Peter Marquez

Peter Marquez is Partner at Andart Global. Mr. Marquez provides services to companies, financial institutions, and governments who are growing their role in space.

For nearly two decades, Mr. Marquez has held senior positions with government and commercial organizations involved in U.S. space policy and programs. Previous to Andart Global, Mr. Marquez was Vice President of Global Engagement at Planetary Resources. Mr. Marquez was responsible for developing and executing the company's strategy for collaboration with the U.S. Government and foreign governments.

Mr. Marquez previously served as the White House Director of Space Policy for both President Bush and President Obama. Mr. Marquez transitioned to the White House from the Department of Defense, where he entered government service in 2002. He worked in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, first as a Space Policy Analyst, in which he helped formulate space policy and maintained oversight of the space control portfolio, eventually rising to Director of Special Programs, a role in which he oversaw all operational Defense Department Special Access Programs. Mr. Marquez came to the government from the private sector, where he began his career in 2000 with AT&T Government Solutions as an analyst for policy and programs for classified space and cyber capabilities.

Mr. Marquez earned a B.A. degree in Political Science and a M.A. degree in Space Policy and Science and Technology Policy, both from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.

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