OneWeb Technologies appoints J.J. Shaw as Chief Commercial Officer
OneWeb Technologies Inc., the premier provider of innovative and secure commercial satellite communications (SATCOM) application solutions, today announced the appointment of J.J. Shaw as its Chief Commercial Officer.
A retired Commander from the US Navy, James “J.J.” Shaw will oversee the development and execution of OneWeb Technologies’ commercialization strategy. In this role, Mr. Shaw will leverage his 30 years experience in space systems operations, national security satellite systems, and cybersecurity for both military and commercial satellite systems.
Mr. Shaw brings a wealth of prior experience leading the development and delivery of products and solutions to meet the needs of government markets and customers. Most recently, Mr. Shaw served as Vice President, Information, Security and Operations and Facility Security Officer (FSO) for Telesat US Services, LLC. Prior to that he was Vice President, Government Operations and Product Development, O3b Networks Government Solutions. He has also served as a consultant for a variety of commercial industry companies, after retiring from the US Navy in 2004.
“As OneWeb Technologies continues to grow, we have an incredible opportunity to deliver game-changing new satcom technologies to meet the critical communications needs of the government market,” said Mr. Shaw. “I look forward to working with the team to introduce these capabilities and innovate to create new ones and build on the strong foundation already established.”
"Mr. Shaw is an established commercial leader with extensive knowledge and successful track record in strategy and development and delivery of government and commercial products in the satellite communications industry,” said Kevin Steen, CEO of OneWeb Technologies. “J.J.’s military expertise, commercial experience and government market knowledge will be instrumental as we work toward the delivery of new LEO satcom capabilities designed to meet the needs of our US and allied government customers."