I am a business development professional (whatever that means) focused on scaling energy efficiency.
I have pursued this goal in college, management consulting (New York City Economic Development Corporation and GreenOrder) as well as the start-up space (Efficiency 2.0, recently acquired by C3 Energy). I continue to look at different models to direct more time and money to energy efficiency, the only proven approach to improve our economy and planet at the same time.
To solve this problem, I try and leverage the lessons of history, including how public policy has encouraged economic innovation in the past.
In my spare time, I like to spend time with my wonderful wife Angie, watch trashy television and root for the Chicago Bears and Bulls.