Meet the Satellite Team

July 18, 2013

Jenn Heinold

Senior Vice President, Satellite Group

As Senior Vice President of the Satellite Group for Access Intelligence, Jenn oversees Via Satellite and the annual SATELLITE Show in Washington, D.C., and its sister events: CyberSat Summits and OilComm. Jenn joined Access Intelligence in 2006 to serve as the lead marketer for the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition and relies on her marketing background and connection to the trade show attendee to drive her business. Jenn is most passionate about the power of face-to-face marketing and continuously strives to create value for the markets she serves by launching new events in under-served verticals, expanding the scope and content of current events to be relevant to a broader audience base and creating high-quality attendee acquisition strategies. Jenn’s proudest and most fulfilling moments are when she is digging in with her team on the strategic direction of Via Satellite and the SATELLITE Show and when she is able to visit one-on-one with the satellite community.

She is a member of the Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI), International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) and Society of Independent Show Organizers (SISO) and completed ABM’s Advanced B-to-B Leadership Program. Jenn regularly speaks at tradeshow industry events and has presented at ExpoExpo, SISO Executive Leadership Summit, Shepard Sandbox and ECEF. In March of 2017, she graced the cover of Trade Show Executive Magazine and in October of 2017, she earned the Marketing Genius Award at Trade Show Executive’s Gold 100 event. She earned a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State University and returns to Penn State every year to guest lecture in their Event Management Course.

When Jenn is not geeking out over the amazing content on, she is spending time with her three nieces in New Jersey or at an Eric Church concert.

Lindsey Fuller, CEM

Lindsey Fuller

Vice President, Satellite Group

Lindsey Fuller joined Access Intelligence in May of 2008 as marketing manager of the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition. Lindsey was soon promoted to marketing director, overseeing the marketing campaigns for the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition, OilComm, ShaleComm, OR Manager Conference and numerous conferences in the Defense and Aviation markets. Lindsey is now show director of the aerospace events at Access Intelligence, including the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition, OilComm, ShaleComm, Hosted Payload Summit and Avionics for NextGen. As show director, Lindsey oversees the marketing, sales, operations and content for each event.

Prior to Access Intelligence, Lindsey began her tradeshow career at National Trade Productions on the GovSec, U.S. Law and Ready tradeshows and worked at 1105 Government Information Group as Marketing Manager for numerous government conferences. Lindsey has a BBA in Marketing from the College of William and Mary.

Joe Milroy

Joe Milroy

Publisher, Via Satellite

Joe Milroy joined Access Intelligence in 2004 as Account Executive for Via Satellite. Based on success and his passion for the business, Joe was promoted to National Sales Manager, Associate Publisher and then Publisher. With more than 20 years of experience in B-to-B publishing and as Publisher, Joe is responsible for the overall strategy and direction of the brand working closely with editorial, sales, marketing, audience development and events. Joe thrives on launching new product and events which fill a niche in the market, educate and help bring together buyers and sellers whether it’s in print, online or face to face events. Prior to joining Access Intelligence, Joe worked for Penton Media, VerticalNet, and Penwell Publishing.

Mark Holmes

Mark Holmes

Editorial Director

Mark Holmes joined AI’s Satellite Group as the associate editor late 2006. He had previously been senior editor of Inside Digital TV, and a regularly contributor to Telecomweb for Access Intelligence. Before joining Access Intelligence, Mark was deputy editor of leading Euromoney Institutional Investor title Global Telecoms Business, which specialized in interviewing CEOs of leading telcos worldwide. Mark graduated from Humberside University in the early 1990s. During that time, he did a one year exchange program at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania.

Jeffrey Hill

Chairman, SATELLITE Conference & Exhibition
Executive Editor, Via Satellite
Conference Director, Aerospace and Telecommunications Events, Access Intelligence

As Chairman of SATELLITE, the world’s largest and longest-running commercial aerospace and satellite trade show, Jeff is responsible for creating and producing the event’s conference program, inviting speakers, establishing industry partnerships, and leading global community outreach. He has brought prominent speakers such as Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Bea Perez, Emily Calandrelli, and Chalres Bolden to the SATELLITE stage, as well as executive leaders from Facebook, Google, Samsung, IBM, AT&T, and the world’s largest space companies. During the past few years, he has led an initiative to bring more young professionals and entrepreneurs to the SATELLITE show by establishing new programs such as the SGx keynote series and the Startup Space entrepreneur pitch contest, which has already helped connect new businesses with more than $3 million in seed investment funding. In addition to SATELLITE, Jeff leads the development of all conference programs in Access Intelligence’s aerospace and telecommunications events portfolio – including the OilComm/FleetComm industrial telecommunications show in Houston, Texas, and the DC5G summit, which he helped launch in 2017 as the first telecoms industry-wide 5G connectivity event in the nation’s capital.

Jeff also has the pleasure of serving as Access Intelligence’s Executive Editor of Via Satellite magazine, the satellite industry’s leading b2b publication. He advises on editorial strategy, contributes guest columns and interviews, and leads integration of publication and event media. His award-winning career in journalism and media management covers a wide range of professional industries and institutions. He landed his first job out of college in 2006 as a web editor of national urban planning and architecture magazine while moonlighting as a staff writer for Philadelphia’s largest weekly newspaper. Since then, he has been published in several telecommunications, technology, design, research, and policy publications and newspapers. He joined Access Intelligence’s aerospace team in 2008 and previously served as Web Editor for Next City magazine, and as the Director of Communications for Drexel University’s Media Arts and Design colleges and programs.

Rachel Jewett

Assistant Managing Editor, Via Satellite

Rachel Jewett joined the Via Satellite team as assistant managing editor in 2019. She reports on industry news and manages and edits Via Satellite. Rachel also writes the daily news feed, runs Via Satellite social media and updates the website. In addition, she co-produces the On Orbit podcast. Rachel was previously a news editor for (former) commuter daily The Washington Post Express, where she edited for the Nation and World section, along with writing and editing human interest news about the D.C. area. She is also an alum of the Dow Jones News Fund program and interned at The New York Times as a copy editor on the Arts desk in 2015. Rachel has a degree in journalism from Ball State University. Send news and tips about the satellite industry to

Annamarie Nyirady

Events Content Manager, Satellite Group, Access Intelligence Contributing Editor, Via Satellite

Annamarie Nyirady joined Access Intelligence in June 2018. As events content manager, she is responsible for creating content, providing conference planning support, and managing conference logistics. Additionally, she contributes editorially to Via Satellite. Previously, she wrote and managed content and social media communications for the National Retail Federation, Yoga Alliance, and Social Driver, as well as worked in corporate communications at Kaiser Permanente. She has also worked as a freelance journalist and photographer for several music publications. She received a B.S. in Media Arts and Design from James Madison University.