Dallas Bienhoff is the Founder of Cislunar Space Development Company, LLC (CSDC). Mr. Bienhoff is a proponent of reusable LOx/LH space tugs and Moon shuttles operating in concert with water to LOx/LH propellant depots. He established CSDC in June 2017 to provide commercial cislunar transportation and logistics services after retiring from The Boeing Company. Dallas is also the Transport to/from Moon Market Team Lead for the Lunar Commerce and Economic Working Group of the Moon Village Association. Mr. Bienhoff was Space Architect, Project Manager, Capture Team Lead and Proposal Manager at The Boeing Company and Rockwell International Space Division where he focused on human space missions and commercial space opportunities. Dallas was a Member of Technical Staff at The Aerospace Corporation focused on Space Shuttle Facilities development at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Space Shuttle Main Engine Development and space propulsion in general before joining Rockwell. He was on the Space Shuttle Main Engine development team at Rocketdyne where he evaluated engine test data, analyzed pogo suppression component test stand data and designed and analyzed engine components. His career started as a Titan IIIC payload interface design engineer at Martin Marietta. Dallas has a Master of Science Engineering from California State University – Northridge (1985) and a Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology (1974).