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Mark Trout is the chief technology and information officer for Vivint Solar, a leading full-service residential solar provider. Mark serves as a member of the executive leadership team and is responsible for overall systems development, implementation, and information technology operations. He has spent more than 20 years in Silicon Valley, including roles serving as chief transformation officer at eBay Enterprise and managing partner at the international consultancy firm Accenture.
Mr. Huh brings over 25 years of Technology and Business Management experience for companies he has helped grow from Start-ups to Up-starts and eventually market leaders. He has helped companies through high growth by laying out strategic roadmaps and building teams accordingly. Currently Mr. Huh is the Chief Technology Officer at Cypress Creek Renewables, overseeing the Infrastructure/Security team, Product Development and the Data Services teams.
Prior to Cypress Creek Renewables, Mr. Huh has been a technology consultant for investment banks such as Goldman Sachs and J. Streicher. Mr. Huh was also CTO at Quest Nutrition, CTO and Co-founder of Vimation, CTO of Kurtzman Carson Consultants and Managing Director of DMP Consulting. His technical expertise spans various verticals such as Solar Energy, Consumer Packaged Goods, Entertainment, Digital Marketing, E-commerce, Legal, Application Development and Enterprise Systems integration.
Nicole Lombardo has over a decade of experience in renewable energy and software technologies, spanning consumer and B2B marketing, business strategy and development, product management, and sales.
Today, Nicole leads Google’s Project Sunroof Business Development team and works to identify and develop new applications of Google’s technologies for the solar industry.
Nicole was previously at Intel and SolarCity, where she led consumer marketing focused on customer acquisition strategies and programs. During her work in solar, she pioneered grassroots community-based programs, led successful lead generation campaigns, and large scale public/ private partnerships with schools, homebuilders, and Fortune 500 companies to bring on thousands of new solar installations nationwide.
Nicole holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Communication and Design from the University of California at Davis.
Bryan Birsic, Cofounder and CEO of Wunder Capital brings extensive finance and capital raising expertise to Wunder, from private equity investing at Bain & Company to financing online commercial lending companies at Village Ventures. Notably, Bryan’s firm led early investments into commercial lending market leader OnDeck Capital. Along with his finance background, Bryan has built and led several companies that bring software approaches to new markets, most notably and recently SimpleReach, where Bryan was President and which has raised more than $15mm. Bryan attended Williams College, and moved with his family to Boulder from New York City several years ago.
Seth Dunn is Director of Industry Development, Power & Utilities with ServiceMax from GE Digital, an industry leading Field Service Software solution. He joined ServiceMax after 12 years with GE Renewable Energy in a range of commercial, policy, marketing, and product roles across onshore wind, offshore wind, and solar. Prior to GE he was a Senior Fellow for energy and climate policy with the Worldwatch Institute. He holds BA, MEM, and MBA degrees from Yale University.
Alex Anich is the Manager of Renewable Market Intelligence for NRG, Energy Inc., where he oversees the company’s Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) portfolio. Alex leads NRG’s exploration of the application of blockchain technology to the REC and environmental attribute markets. Prior to joining NRG, Alex headed up the Research & Advisory service of Karbone, an NYC based brokerage, project finance and research firm focused on environmental markets. Alex leverages his experience working in the early days of Shell’s renewable energy business to provide a unique perspective on the evolution of energy markets around the world.
Daniel Murray is the Chief Technology Officer at CleanChoice Energy. Daniel leads a team of analysts, data scientists, and software developers who build and maintain the tools used for operations and CleanChoice's customer acquisition efforts. Daniel also runs the CleanChoice Energy Labs based in New York City. Previously, Daniel was involved in the world of politics, working on and consulting for dozens of campaigns across the United States. Daniel holds a BA in Economics from the University of Tennessee.
Sandhya is a co-founder of Solstice, an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to expanding access to clean energy to all Americans, where she manages business and product development. Prior to joining Solstice, she worked at Barclays’ investment banking division in New York and London, advising and executing public equity transactions for Technology, Media and Telecom companies. She was also deeply involved in Barclays’ philanthropy work with Endeavor, Women’s World Banking, and Barclays’ Social Innovation Fund. Sandhya holds a BBA from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, where she received the Sustainability Certificate.