Arthur Morrissey founded ACM Associates, LLC in 2009 providing aerospace consulting services focusing on defense, intelligence community and space weather/environment matters. Previously, Mr. Morrissey served as vice president for Ball Aerospace where he directed business development and strategic planning in ISR, space sciences and exploration, weather and environment, integrated battlespace, space superiority and technology components. Earlier, Mr. Morrissey held senior level positions for the Lockheed Martin Corporation in the Space and Strategic Missiles Sector.
Mr. Morrissey began his career in the public sector. In the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, State Department and Central Intelligence Agency where he shaped significant policies and initiatives in space, energy technology and technology transfer policy including export controls and national security issues. He was the architect of the first national space policy.
Raised in Connecticut, Mr. Morrissey received a BA from Washington and Jefferson College and PhD from the University of South Carolina. He is member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has served on numerous boards and panels dealing with national security, advanced technology and space. He has served on the Board of Directors Urban League of Denver. Currently, he is on World Denver’s Board of Directors and Secure World Foundation’s Advisory Committee.