Matthew Satterley is a member of the Wing policy team. Matthew supports federal and international policy efforts with a focus on unmanned traffic management (UTM). He has served on multiple federal advisory committees and has significant experience in coalition building and management.
Matthew has worked for several years to help shape UTM in the United States of America and abroad. He has contributed to the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability program, as well as the UAS Integration Pilot Program, and the Unmanned Traffic Management Pilot Program initiatives providing informing future unmanned traffic lawmaking and regulation.
Prior to his work on UTM, Matthew served the Office of Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02) as Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director where he interpreted and drafted legislative proposals in support of Congressman LoBiondo’s Chairmanship of the Aviation Subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Matthew is a graduate of St. Lawrence University, with a degree in government.