Tony Mueller, formerly director of spacecraft design and bus products at Boeing, has been appointed as president of the company’s subsidiary Spectrolab.
He succeeds Troy Dawson, who takes the vice president and program manager role at the C-17 Globemaster III integrated sustainment program within Boeing’s global services and support business unit, Boeing said Friday.
“Tony brings over 20 years of experience in program management and has a diverse portfolio of expertise,” said Craig Cooning, president of network and space systems.
The satellite design and manufacturing veteran previously served as director for Boeing’s 702 satellite product line.
Spectrolab manufactures solar cells and panels.