Marketing & Communications
for satellite, space, and technology companies
Strategic Voice helps businesses develop and implement marketing and communications strategies that drive awareness, engagement, and demand.
Let us help you tell your story!
“I highly recommend Wendy Newman for writing and messaging projects. Her firm, Strategic Voice, excels at developing and implementing effective communications strategies. SpaceLink got significant industry recognition through our work together.”
– Dave Bettinger, Co-Founder/CEO, Axta Space
Strategic Voice provides public relations consulting and writing services, including fast turnarounds for:
We are experts at message development and boiling down company milestones into stories of interest to the press. We know how to drive your story forward and can help with internal processes, customer approvals, and media outreach to elevate your brand and help your company shine.
Wendy Newman (formerly Wendy Lewis) was Vice President of Marketing & Communications for SpaceLink, an innovative company that opened the market for commercial space data relay networks. She has worked with a variety of space and satellite companies at Strategic Voice and previously led external communications for satellite manufacturer Space Systems Loral (now Maxar Technologies) for more than a dozen years.
She knows how space and satellite systems benefit life on Earth and has an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of the burgeoning space economy. A graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Art and English, she established Strategic Voice to provide strategic planning, writing, and media outreach services to companies involved with space systems and satellites.
News & Events
September 2022: As chair of the SSPI-WISE mentoring committee, Wendy Newman interviewed Lori Garver about her book, “Escaping Gravity.”
Lori was Deputy Administrator of NASA from 2009-2013, and she wrote about her quest to transform NASA and launch a new space age in her memoir. Webcast live on September 22, 2022, Wendy represented the SSPI-WISE mentoring group in a discussion of how women’s role in the space and satellite industry has changed and the importance of commercial innovation, which has become the norm since Lori first promoted it during her time at NASA. The interview also touched on having the courage to take an unpopular stance and how space can be used to combat climate change.