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Get to Know

WCA Leadership Team

Jim Mason-Foley



Jim Mason-Foley is a 21-year Wallops Flight Facility veteran who is the ASRC Federal Program Manager for the Wallops Engineering Services Contract, and serves as the Program Manager as a sub-contractor on the SENSE contract. Jim has served as the Wallops Contractors Association President since 2020.

Jim served in the United States Air Force at locations around the world as a non-commissioned officer for the Armed Force Radio and Television Service and Public Affairs. Jim is a graduate of the University of Maryland University College, holds a certification in broadcast engineering, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Lee Rizzo
Vice President

Lee Rizzo is the vice president of SAIC’s Space & Mission system solutions business of the Civil & Commercial Space operation.  He is responsible for the successful operation and execution of contracts  supporting NASA and NOAA at multiple centers around the country.  Previsouly, Lee served as the vice president of government affairs for SAIC’s National Security and Civilian Markets groups, represents all of SAIC’s space-related work, encompassing contracts with civil, defense, and intelligence community space organizations, a portfolio of more than $3 billion annually.

Lee has over 27 years of experience in the space and intelligence communities and served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force in a variety of collection, analysis, leadership, and war fighting positions in the U.S. and abroad.

Mike Fatig
Programs Chairperson

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Mike Fatig’s career started at NASA GSFC where he served as a systems engineering, program manager, and business unit manager in the GSFC contractor support community.  Today, he is a growth leader for Axient Corporation (formerly Millennium Engineering & Integration Company) and his duties include engaging in business and fostering growth at across NASA, NOAA, commercial space and the FAA. Mr. Fatig’s career has been with large and small businesses, OEMs, and service providers providing the ability to represent all types of industry members.

Mr. Fatig also has experience in association leadership, having been a member and leader in multiple associations including the Goddard Contractors Association, the Maryland Space Business Roundtable (Board member and Treasurer), the Florida Institute of Technology (Board Member), and an invited member of the NASA Office of Small Business Programs Industry Forum (NIF), an advisory group to NASA for small business advocacy including addressing small business utilization by large contractors.

Kim Molthen

Kim Molthen is the Vice President of Business Development for Tlingit Haida Tribal Business Corporation (THTBC). Kim leads THTBC’s NASA portfolio with a focus on supporting capabilities with Engineering Services, IT Services, Logistics Services, and Facilities Operations and Maintenance. She has been with THTBC for four years and prior to her role in business development she was the company’s Vice President of Human Resources.


THTBC is a proud member of the Wallops Contractor’s Association and Goddard Contractor’s Association.

Kim graduated from George Mason University, with a B.S. in Accounting. Kim has served on the GovCon Advisory Board of George Mason University.

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