Adam Kall

Adam Kall

Co-Founder & Director of Technology

Kall Morris Inc

Marquette, MI USA

You do become an expert when you spend months of time to really understand the problem you’re dealing with.


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Adam Kall


My road in life has been direct.
I earned a double major in mathematics and computer science from Northern Michigan University.
While in school, I completed a summer internship with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and worked as a systems analyst for Arconic.
After graduating, I went on to earn my master’s degree in data science.
I moved to New York because the job opportunities in technology seemed more plentiful in a big city.
I was working as a revenue management analyst for JetBlue Airways in New York City when two friends from college and I co-founded Kall Morris Inc.
We decided to establish the company in Marquette, Michigan, because the work we do isn’t defined by a specific location—we prioritized a location with a low cost of living and high quality of life.
Our goal at Kall Morris Inc is to eliminate debris in orbit—I lead the technology to help reach our goal.
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Co-Founder & Director of Technology

I lead technology for an aerospace company aiming to remove debris in orbit.

Career Roadmap

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Accomplishing Goals

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

The challenge of space debris has not been tackled yet, which means that building a solution is all about realizing what we don't know and seeking out the resources to learn. Because of that, I believe that, while preferable, an education and experience come second to a thirst for knowledge. If you're completely dedicated to learning, you can do well in a company that is trying to achieve something that hasn't been done before.


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"I need to move to a big city for job opportunities."

Challenges I Overcame

Imposter Syndrome

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