Jeffrey Wyatt: Vice President of Engagement

Jeffrey Wyatt

Houston, TX – Jeffrey Wyatt has been named Vice President of Engagement for Space Center Houston.
He has over 25 years of experience in the design, production and operations of some of the most highly attended touring exhibitions.

Wyatt has worked with museums and cultural organizations worldwide creating meaningful and financially successful exhibitions and experiences. Most recently, he has been Vice President, Planning & Development, Experiences/Executive Producer for the National Geographic Society’s $300 million dollar museum campus expansion in Washington, DC.

During his career, he has produced over 30 exhibitions including Harry Potter the Exhibition, King Tut, and Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition. Others include Titanic, Vatican, and NASA’s Space exhibitions. Prior to his museum career, Wyatt started in the themed entertainment field working for Universal Creative, as project manager for Terminator 2:3D and the Nickelodeon Live show at Universal Studios Hollywood. He began his career as a theater designer and project manager at Iwerks Entertainment.

Space Center Houston (SCH) features immersive exhibits that allow up-close interaction with real space artifacts and modern-day prototypes, while exclusive tours give unparalleled access to working NASA facilities forging the next era of human spaceflight. SCH’s experiential learning programs further immerse visitors in astronaut training and use the appeal of spaceflight to build STEM skills and strong character. A Smithsonian Affiliate, SCH is also the official visitor center for NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. For more information, visit