Mikhail A.  Naumov

Mikhail is an entrepreneurial leader with an international background, developing game changing solutions across the education, tech and clean energy sectors. Passionate about growing value-driven companies with scalable business models.

In college, Mikhail founded the Global Renewable Energy Education Network (The GREEN Program) -- an experiential education company, leading the collegiate market with transformative educational solutions for the clean tech and sustainability sectors.

Mikhail and his work have been featured on Forbes, Business Insider, Russia24, KillerStartups, among others. The GREEN Program is recognized as one of the top student-founded companies in the world and has been awarded as a top social impact venture by The Kairos Society, Entrepreneurs Organization, the New York Stock Exchange and the United Nations.

Mikhail graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University where he studied Supply Chain Management, Marketing Sciences and Media. In his first year, he founded the Rutgers Entrepreneurial Society, to create the first entrepreneurial ecosystem and provide critical support, funding, and mentorship to student startups.

In his spare time, Mikhail is a contributing writer on Forbes.com sharing experiences and discussing entrepreneurship, technology and international business. Mikhail serves as the U.S. Delegate to the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance and has represented the United States at international forums including the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit, the Global Entrepreneurship Congress and the Open Innovations Forum. As an advocate for experiential education and clean energy, Mikhail has delivered over 100 volunteer hours of educational workshops to diverse audiences in the United States, Russia, Brazil, Finland, Costa Rica and Iceland.

A world traveler with a long list of adventures and a work ethic to bring them to reality. Tea connoisseur and chess enthusiast squeezing every ounce of joy from each and every day.