As the Commercial Innovation Manager at the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Inc., Shaun Peiffer is not just a bridge-builder—he is an architect of revenue-generating alliances. Entrusted with the unique canvas of the International Space Station's National Laboratory, he identifies innovative R&D ventures that can revolutionize our earthly existence.
With a dynamic career spanning over two decades in military and public service, Peiffer has cultivated a diversified skill set in program management and business development. His illustrious experience includes tenures with the U.S. Departments of Justice, Defense, and State, as well as the Marine Corps, offering him unparalleled insights into navigating complex, high-stakes ecosystems.
Originally hailing from Philadelphia, Peiffer attended The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs. His educational credentials also feature an honors bachelor's degree from American Public University and an MBA from George Mason University's School of Business.
Outside the professional arena, this Marine Corps veteran is a CrossFit enthusiast and avid outdoorsman, often seen adventuring with his faithful canine companion, Benji. A dedicated community servant, Peiffer continuously channels his leadership capabilities towards meaningful volunteer initiatives.