Stephen Doyle

Stephen Doyle

Title: Executive Vice President (Retired)
Clean Energy Systems, Inc.
Rancho Cordova, North Carolina, United States

Stephen Doyle, Executive Vice President (Retired) of Clean Energy Systems, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical manufacturing.

Mr. Doyle has been recognized on several occasions for his work in managing energy and engineering projects. Supported by a well-rounded education, a robust skill set and strong natural abilities, Mr. Doyle has been recognized on numerous occasions for his work. In 1988, the International Institute of Space Law bestowed the Distinguished Service Award to him. He has also received the National Space Club Goddard Memorial Historical Essay Award, the Equal Employment Opportunity Award and Medal from NASA, the Space Humanitarian Award from the World Space Bar Association and the United Societies in Space, Inc. and numerous academic scholarships.

To prepare for his career, Mr. Doyle first earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and history from the University of Massachusetts cum laude in 1960. He earned an LLB from Duke University in 1963 and followed the degree up with postgraduate studies at McGill University. He returned to the states to receive a JD from Duke University School of Law in 1965. He maintained a close connection with continuing education throughout his career, taking programs with the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Columbia University and Aerojet General Corporation.

In addition to his Executive Vice President position of Clean Energy Systems, Inc., Mr. Doyle has been a visiting professor of international and space law with the University of Western Sydney. He has also been a delegate for the International Astronautical Federation Observer Delegation to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space and its Legal Subcommittee. Mr. Doyle has aligned himself with a variety of professional organizations to aid in his career development. Some of these organizations include the American Astronautical Society, the International Institute of Space Law, the British Interplanetary Society, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

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