Phil Monkress, Chief Executive Officer/President

Phil Monkress
Chief Executive Officer/President

Phil joined All Points in 1999 as Chief Operating Officer. Since then, he has played a pivotal role in the company’s growth and success, and he assumed full ownership as President and Chief Executive Officer in 2009.

Under Phil’s leadership, All Points has experienced significant growth, evolving from a small subcontractor to a multi-million-dollar corporation with a reputation for delivering innovative and high-quality services to its clients. As CEO, Phil is responsible for overseeing the strategic planning and management of All Points’ business development and support operations for various U.S. government agencies and departments, including NASA, the Veterans Administration, the Missile Defense Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the NSA, and others.

Phil brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his role, with over three decades of experience in the aerospace and defense industries. He is widely recognized for his exceptional leadership skills and his ability to build strong relationships with clients, partners, and employees.

Phil’s vision and leadership have been instrumental in All Points’ success, and he continues to drive the company forward as a leader in the industry.

Phil has a diverse and extensive work history that has contributed to his success as a business leader in the aerospace and defense industries. Prior to joining All Points, he worked for KPMG, a leading audit, tax, and advisory services firm, in several dynamic roles. He served as Manager of Information Technologies on KPMG projects for Prudential, Merrill Lynch, Kaiser Permanente, and the Wackenhut Company (now G4S Secure Solutions), where he was responsible for managing complex technology projects for these clients.

Before his tenure at KPMG, Phil served as a private sector field engineer working with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Sigonella, Italy, from 1992 to 1994, and a data systems technician with the U.S. Navy from 1986 to 1992.

Phil’s diverse work experience has provided him with a unique perspective and a broad range of skills that have been invaluable to his success as a business leader. His technical expertise, combined with his leadership and strategic vision, has enabled him to build a highly successful and respected company in All Points.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in management, technical, and industrial education from Valdosta State University and an Executive MBA in Business Administration and Management from the University of Alabama.

Robyn Smith, Chief Administrative Officer

Robyn Smith
Chief Administrative Officer

Overseeing All Points’ administrative operations, including Human Resources, workforce recruitment, planning, and management, Robyn is a 20-year veteran of the firm with extensive experience in talent acquisition, employee development, strategic planning, and benefit negotiation.

Robyn’s background is in Human Resources and Accounting, with significant experience in leadership roles. Before joining All Points in 2003, she served as the Director of Human Resources and Accounting at Jefferson Randolph Corporation where she was responsible for managing the company’s human resources function, including: recruitment, employee benefits, training, and development. She was also in charge of the company’s accounting operations, overseeing financial reporting, budgeting, and cash management. Additionally, Robyn worked as a Human Resource professional at Scott Bridge Company, further developing her expertise in HR-related matters.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in hospital administration with a minor in business from Huntington College and a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Brenau University.

Kevin Brown, Sr. Vice President, Business Development

Kevin Brown
Sr. Vice President, Business Development

As Sr. Vice President of Business Development, Kevin’s focus is on providing new facilities and services for pre-launch processing and operations of spacecraft and payloads in support of the growing space launch industry.

Prior to joining the All Points team, Kevin’s experience includes Director of Business Development for Civil Space at Engility; Senior Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he managed the firm’s business portfolio at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and Patrick Space Force Base; and was co-founder and VP of Business Development at Command and Control Technologies (CCT).

During his time at CCT, the company was selected as KSC Small Business Subcontractor of the Year and named one of Florida’s Top 100 fastest growing companies. Kevin also managed new business and R&D at the KSC division of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace (now Boeing), where he led several ground systems engineering projects, including payload preparation for the Space Shuttle and real time systems for the Delta Clipper experimental (DC-X) vehicle.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette and an MS in engineering management from the University of Central Florida.

Dan James Ciccateri, VP/GM, Launch Support Services

Dan James Ciccateri
Sr. VP of Development and Operations

Dan is responsible for executing the corporate vision to establish spacecraft and payload processing capabilities and associated services. This involves planning, developing, and implementing the necessary facilities, systems, and processes for delivering products and services for the Launch Support Services Business Unit. As General Manager, Dan manages the cost, schedule, and risk of approved projects—while supporting Business Development efforts to establish and expand the business base.

Dan has more than 35 years of experience in designing, developing, and activating facilities and equipment for processing spacecraft. For 25 years, he supported the Space Shuttle program for all 110 missions—from preparation to launch and recovery.

Dan has worked for United Space Alliance, where he held various positions, including Solid Rocket Booster Systems Engineer, Principal Engineer, Manager – Senior Technical Management, and Deputy Director of Engineering. Before joining the Space Prep team, Dan served as the Director of Operations for Sierra Nevada where he established manufacturing and ground operations for the Dream Chaser spacecraft.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Stephanie Anne Sherby, Ph.D., VP/GM Center for Innovation and Technical Excellence

Stephanie Anne Sherby, EdD
VP/GM Center for Innovation and Technical Excellence

Dr. Sherby is responsible for managing and growing the company portfolio of Department of Defense contracts as well as the management of commercial contracts in the space industry. She also serves as one of the lead mentors in the DoD Mentor-Protégé Program and the Small Business Administration Mentor-Protégé Program at All Points.

Dr. Sherby is a retired Army officer with the culminating position of Brigade Commander (Colonel). She has held many senior positions in multiple industries over the years, including commercial manufacturing, not-for-profit, and non-profit sectors.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Florida, a master’s degree in leadership from the American Public University System, and a doctorate in organizational leadership and development from Grand Canyon University.

Leslie Lake, Vice President, Business Development

Leslie Lake
Vice President Business Development

Les supports APL Business Development for LSS commercial and federal markets, and also provides facility development expertise within our LSS organizations to build effective value propositions for customers. Advocates for customers and create solutions that help them conduct their missions more efficiently and cost effectively.

Les was formerly a senior manager at Teledyne Brown Engineering, RS&H, and Raytheon, with extensive experience in ground operations for space launch vehicles and payloads, designing ground operations facilities, and developing market strategies for aerospace products and services. Before departing NASA to join the commercial industry, he completed a 21-year history at KSC where he served as a core member of a High-Performance Organization (HPO), supporting large shuttle infrastructure projects.

He is a certified Site Test Conductor and has led several iconic projects at KSC, including the Shuttle Launch Simulation and major revitalization projects in the Vehicle Assembly Building and Launch Complex 39 Pads A and B.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace operations management and a master’s degree in Technical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.