Steve Wolfe has been a writer and advocate for the advancement of the space settlement concepts and related ideas for more than 25 years. He is President and Co-Founder of the Beyond Earth Institute, a policy think tank committed to creating the policy framework that will enable the creation of sustainable communities beyond Earth. He was a legislative aide for the late Cong. George E. Brown, Jr., where he served as executive director of the Congressional Space Caucus. He served on the board of directors of the National Space Society, president of the New York Space Frontier Society and Advocate of the Space Frontier Foundation. Steve drafted the Space Settlement Act of 1988 for Cong. Brown. The bill was signed into law by President Ronald Reagan as part of the NASA Authorization bill. Steve serves on the Board of Editors for the Journal of Space Philosophy. Steve authored The Obligation, a novel about which Martine Rothblatt, Chairman & CEO of United Therapeutics and creator of SiriusXM Satellite Radio, declared, “I’ve never read a more accessible, and practical, book of philosophy for the 21st century.” Steve is also Deputy Executive Director of SpaceCom and the Global Spaceport Alliance.
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