ShaChelle Devlin Manning

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ShaChelle Devlin Manning is an American business person involved in the commercialization of nanotechnology.


Manning graduated in 1990 from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa with a BA in English and Communications. She received an MBA from the University of Dallas.


From 1998 to 2002, she was Vice President for Winstar Communications, where she introduced wireless and internet technology.


In 2002 Manning became Director of Alliances at Zyvex Corporation, a nanotechnology company with research partnerships with United States governmental agencies such as DARPA, NIST, NASA, and the DoE. In 2005, she became a consultant to the Governor of the State of Texas as Director of Advanced Technology Alliances where she promoted the development of the Texas nanotechnology strategic plan, including a $30 Million fund to attract researchers in nanotechnology. In 2007 Manning joined Authentix, a Texas nanotechnology company.

In 2011, Manning co-founded MalibuIQ, LLC, an entrepreneurial private investment partnership in Malibu, California

She has been a board member for several organizations, including Astrotech Corporation and Loras College. She cofounded The Virtual Wall, an online site honoring Vietnam veterans.[1]


  1. ^ Interview with Sha-Chelle about the Virtual Wall, Washington Post