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Let’s rebuild the world together.

Building and maintaining
your trust starts with our Values

Integrity

We prioritize honesty and integrity above everything.

Collaboration

We create trust through transparency; we share in our collective successes and failures; and we assist each other in achieving personal and professional growth.

Excellence

We relentlessly pursue a high standard for excellence, constantly working to be better than we have been.

Intellectual Honesty

We are independent thinkers and encourage a diversity of viewpoints in search of genuine truths.

Accountability

We take accountability for our own actions and decisions, and we strive to learn from each of our inevitable mistakes.

Generate is the one-stop shop for the Infrastructure Revolution. Together with our partners—the technology companies and project developers pioneering the Infrastructure Revolution—we are rebuilding the world. Generate has pioneered many emerging infrastructure asset classes, including battery storage; community, commercial, and industrial solar; energy efficiency; electric vehicles; fuel cells; wastewater treatment; distributed desalination; and organic waste management. We turn technology projects into infrastructure so customers don’t have to take risks they don’t want to take or spend money they don’t have.

As a trusted infrastructure provider, our singular goal is to provide the most reliable, sustainable, resilient energy and resource solutions. We beat the traditional utilities, who are typically slow to adopt new and innovative approaches, who are not incentivized to respond to customers’ ever-changing needs, and who aren’t working to win your business, and your trust, every day like we are. Whether you’re a city manager, a campus facilities operator, an energy manager, or a CFO, you can turn to us to help meet your resource and sustainability goals, however complex they may be. We have the expertise and experience to understand your needs. And we take on all of the risk—we use our capital, we pay all up-front costs, we take on the technical evaluation, and we manage the long-term operations—so you don’t have to.

What we build, own, operate, and finance

Sustainable Energy

  • Microgrids
  • Solar
  • Energy storage
  • Lighting
  • HVAC systems
  • Fuel cells
  • Geothermal
  • Biomass & biogas
  • Building automation & sensors
  • Heat pumps
  • Smart meters

Sustainable Mobility

  • Electric vehicles
  • Hydrogen vehicles
  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Charging depots & infrastructure
  • Fleets

Sustainable Water, Waste, & Agriculture

  • Anaerobic digesters
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Desalination
  • Food waste management
  • Recycling/reuse
  • Precision agriculture
  • Farm automation
  • Irrigation
  • Sensors & meters

Generate is a leading sustainable infrastructure platform delivering affordable, reliable resource solutions to companies, communities, and cities. Founded by some of the renewable energy industry’s leading visionaries, Generate builds, owns, operates, and finances sustainable resource infrastructure that adhere to what we call the 4 Ds:

DECENTRALIZED: from big, monolithic, and inflexible to small, distributed, modular, flexible, and resilient
DECARBONIZED: from dirty to clean
DIGITIZED: from analog to digital
DEMOCRATIZED: from regulated monopolies to multiple options for customers

Generate offers proof, not promise, that sustainability pays:
25 partners scaling
400 customers winning
2,000 assets operating and serving customers, communities, and the planet

Erich Becker

Senior Managing Director and Head of Europe

Edward Bossange

Principal, Head of Capital Markets

Ed Bossange is a principal and head of capital markets at Generate. Ed brings more than 10 years of experience in renewable energy and project finance. Prior to Generate, he was a vice president of origination and structuring at Morgan Stanley, where he sat in the North America Power and Gas business on the commodities trading floor, investing the firm’s balance sheet into renewable energy assets. He spent more than six years at Morgan Stanley, primarily focused on originating, acquiring, developing, and financing solar PV projects across residential, commercial and industrial, and small utility scale, which included playing an integral role in more than $200 million of the first community solar portfolios institutionally financed in the United States. Ed began his career in renewable energy as a design engineer for both solar PV and solar hot-water-system integration in New York City. Ed holds an MS in Mechanical Engineering‐Energy Systems from Columbia University and a BS in Mathematics from Hamilton College.

Darryl Carbonaro

Head of Legal

Darryl Carbonaro is the head of legal at Generate. Darryl brings more than 20 years of experience in tax-equity and debt financing of all types of energy assets, including hydroelectric facilities along the Danube, utility scale wind projects in California, and residential solar installations around the United States. A former chemical engineer focused on downstream waste treatment technologies, Darryl began his legal career at White & Case in New York, then moved to Dechert LLP in San Francisco to focus on structured finance and securitization. He served as an assistant general counsel for six years at Bank of America, where he helped launch the bank’s renewable energy finance and energy efficiency finance groups. Prior to joining Generate, Darryl was a managing director and deputy general counsel for a technology-enabled consumer finance company focused on solar energy, energy efficiency, and home improvements. Darryl earned a JD from Pace Law School and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University.

Matan Friedman

CIO and Co-Founder

Matan Friedman is the CIO and co-founder of Generate. He has also served as a managing director and cofounder of Resource Efficiency Finance, an investment company that provides financing for equipment and infrastructure projects that enable the more efficient use of natural resources. Generate and Resource Efficiency Finance reflect Matan’s focus on investing in assets with a resource productivity benefit and long time-horizons. Before focusing on distributed infrastructure project finance, Matan invested in innovation across cleantech sectors, with venture capital roles at Bessemer Venture Partners and Israel Cleantech Ventures. Earlier in his career, Matan was a consultant with McKinsey & Company and an officer with the Israel Defense Forces. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSc in Industrial Engineering from Tel Aviv University.

Scott Gosselink

Principal, Head of Underwriting

Scott Gosselink serves as a principal and head of underwriting at Generate. Scott brings more than 10 years of experience working in various roles and sectors in the energy industry. Prior to Generate, he spent two years at SunEdison structuring and raising $1 billion in third-party financing for utility scale projects, including the 2015 Infrastructure Journal and Project Finance Deal of the Year. Before that, Scott spent three years at EDF-Renewable Energy where he marketed, negotiated, and executed on 500 MW of acquisitions of renewable energy assets and companies. He started his career as a power analyst at the Lower Colorado River Authority. Scott received an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BS in Commerce from Washington and Lee University.

Scott Jacobs

CEO and Co-Founder

Scott Jacobs is the CEO and co-founder of Generate, a leading sustainable infrastructure platform delivering affordable, reliable resource solutions to companies, communities, and cities. Prior to Generate, in 2007, Scott joined McKinsey & Company to co-found its global Clean Technologies Practice, advising companies, institutional investors, NGOs, and governments around the world on the economic imperatives of resource productivity and climate solutions. Prior to that, Scott spent over a decade in technology and venture capital, helping start and grow a number of companies, including PolyServe (acquired by HP) and Alliance Data Systems (acquired by FiServ). Scott has dedicated much of his professional life to the “resource revolution” and is a regular writer, keynote speaker, and conference panelist on the topics of thematic investing and risk management, climate- and resource-related innovation, and building values-based and people-centric businesses. Scott earned his MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School, where he was named a George F. Baker Scholar, and his BA cum laude from Dartmouth College.

Kristine Janhunen

Head of Talent

Kristine Janhunen serves as head of talent at Generate. Prior to Generate, Kristine consulted globally for private equity and venture firms on many talent and organization-building matters. She has also served as the chief operating officer of Larcen Consulting Group, where she grew and managed the operations group focused on delivering human-capital services to a portfolio of private-equity backed companies as well as large corporate organizations. While with Larcen, she also led the executive search strategy and execution for the portfolio of investments managed by Gryphon Investors, a San Francisco–based middle market private equity firm. Her corporate training comes from her time as the chief of staff for British Petroleum’s Wind and Solar business, as a director of large commercial solar projects for BP, and as a leader at NPower (a Microsoft-backed IT consulting start-up). Kristine was a Sloan Fellow at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where she received her MS in Management. She also received an MEd in Psychology from the University of North Carolina and a BA in Psychology and International Studies from Taylor University.

Benjamin Jasik

Head of Data and Technology

Benji Jasik is the Head of Technology at Generate. Prior to joining Generate, Benji was the Chief Operating Officer at the Epic Institute, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he worked in 2019. Prior to this he was the Vice President of Global Infrastructure Planning and Deployment at Google, working on capacity planning and deployment for data center infrastructure. Prior to Google, he was at Salesforce where he helped the company grow from 300 to over 25k employees, working before he left as an SVP of Infrastructure Engineering on Site Reliability and Capacity Planning. Benji is a graduate of Princeton University where he received his BSE in Computer Science.

Sarie Lovell

Head of Asset Mgmt. & Operations

Sarie Lovell is head of asset management and operations at Generate. She has 10 years of experience in renewable energy asset management and, prior to that, nine years of experience in finance and data analytics. Before joining Generate, Sarie led the asset management function at Longroad Energy, and in previous positions she held leadership roles in asset management at SunEdison and First Wind Energy, with portfolio sizes ranging from 1.3 to 2.6 GW and more than $2 billion in assets under management. Over the course of her career in renewables, Sarie has played a key role in many renewable energy firsts, including the first wind energy project in Hawaii, the first utility scale wind project to be coupled with utility scale battery storage, and the first wind project to be built on federal lands. Sarie holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on economics and management information systems from UC Berkeley.

Andrew Marino

Senior Managing Director and Head of Strategy

Andrew Marino is a Senior Managing Director and Head of Strategy at Generate Capital.  Prior to joining Generate, Andrew was a Partner at the Carlyle Group, based in Washington, DC, where he worked since 2004. During his time at Carlyle, Andrew held several leadership roles including: Co-Head of the Carlyle Global Infrastructure Fund, Chief Operating Officer of Carlyle’s Energy and Natural Resources Sector and Managing Director in Carlyle’s US Buyout team. He was also a member of several Carlyle fund investment committees and Carlyle Group portfolio company boards. Prior to joining Carlyle, Andrew worked at Morgan Stanley where he focused on mergers, acquisitions and restructuring assignments in the US and Europe. For several years prior to business school, Andrew lived and worked in Hong Kong and China, identifying private equity investments in China and Southeast Asia. Andrew is a graduate of Dartmouth College and received his MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Andrew is on the Board of Trustees of St. Albans School and on the Board of Advisors for The Center for Social Impact at Dartmouth College. He lives in Chevy Chase, MD with his wife and four boys. Andrew enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking and saber fencing.

Nam Tran Nguyen

COO

Nam Nguyen is Chief Operating Officer at Generate Capital, responsible for the company’s assets and portfolio and operations. Prior to joining Generate, Nam was Executive Vice President at SunPower, one of the largest solar company in the world. Nam was responsible for SunPower’s Commercial Solar division, delivering approximately $500 million in revenues and number 1 market share in the U.S. Prior to that, Nam served as Senior Vice President and oversaw SunPower’s power plant business in Latin America, where she was responsible for the P&L, driving approximately 1GW of contracted pipeline and $1.5 billion in revenues. Prior to SunPower, Nam was Vice President of Global Business Development at First Solar. At First Solar, she led the sale and financing of the First Solar project pipeline, including raising $8 billion of financing, and various M&A activities. She also led the expansion of First Solar’s global platform and pipeline. Prior to First Solar, Nam was responsible for corporate development and strategy at a solar start-up OptiSolar, where she help raise $300 million in venture funding and eventually led the sale of OptiSolar to First Solar. She has also held various roles in investment banking working in New York, Singapore and Los Angeles. Nam has a BA in Economics from Columbia University and an MBA from Harvard University and was a Fulbright Scholar.

Jeff Ross

Senior Managing Director and Head of Investment Team

Jeff Ross is a Senior Managing Director at Generate Capital. Previously, he served as a Managing Director at an investment platform investing in renewable energy assets; and as Senior Vice President at NRG, leading the distributed generation and retail energy businesses. Mr. Ross served as a Partner at Arborview Capital, investing in mid-market companies in the energy and sustainability sectors; as Executive Vice President at GridPoint, a private-equity backed energy management company; and in senior management roles at several private equity-backed services and technology companies. Mr. Ross is a frequent speaker on energy and sustainability issues, and has appeared on television, radio and in print in venues such as CNBC and the Wall Street Journal. He has testified before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and several state public utility commissions. Mr. Ross graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis and has a law degree from the University of Virginia.

Jigar Shah

President and Co-Founder

Jigar Shah is the president and co-founder of Generate. Prior to co-founding Generate, Jigar pioneered “no-money-down solar” as the founder and chief executive officer of SunEdison, which unlocked a multibillion-dollar solar market and made SunEdison the largest solar services company worldwide before its acquisition by MEMC. After SunEdison, Jigar served as the founding CEO of the Carbon War Room, a global nonprofit founded by Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Unite to help entrepreneurs address climate change. Jigar is the author of Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy. His decades of business-model innovation and entrepreneurship in renewable energy prove that sustainability pays. Jigar holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Jack Stark

CFO

Jack Stark is the chief financial officer at Generate. For the past three decades, Jack has held senior management roles in finance and operations in the energy and financial services spaces with both private and publicly traded companies. Previously, he served as CFO for Imergy Energy Systems, an early-stage energy storage company using vanadium-redux technology for commercial and utility-scale energy storage. Prior to Imergy, Jack was CFO of BrightSource Energy, a developer and supplier of utility-scale solar thermal technology. Before that, he was the CFO at Silicon Valley Bank. Jack also serves as the lead director for TC Pipelines, LP, a publicly traded master limited partnership. Jack earned his MBA from UC Berkeley and his MA and BA in Economics from UC Santa Barbara.

Scott Jacobs

CEO and Co-Founder

Scott Jacobs is the CEO and co-founder of Generate, a leading sustainable infrastructure platform delivering affordable, reliable resource solutions to companies, communities, and cities. Prior to Generate, in 2007, Scott joined McKinsey & Company to co-found its global Clean Technologies Practice, advising companies, institutional investors, NGOs, and governments around the world on the economic imperatives of resource productivity and climate solutions. Prior to that, Scott spent over a decade in technology and venture capital, helping start and grow a number of companies, including PolyServe (acquired by HP) and Alliance Data Systems (acquired by FiServ). Scott has dedicated much of his professional life to the “resource revolution” and is a regular writer, keynote speaker, and conference panelist on the topics of thematic investing and risk management, climate- and resource-related innovation, and building values-based and people-centric businesses. Scott earned his MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School, where he was named a George F. Baker Scholar, and his BA cum laude from Dartmouth College.

Jigar Shah

President and Co-Founder

Jigar Shah is the president and co-founder of Generate. Prior to co-founding Generate, Jigar pioneered “no-money-down solar” as the founder and chief executive officer of SunEdison, which unlocked a multibillion-dollar solar market and made SunEdison the largest solar services company worldwide before its acquisition by MEMC. After SunEdison, Jigar served as the founding CEO of the Carbon War Room, a global nonprofit founded by Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Unite to help entrepreneurs address climate change. Jigar is the author of Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy. His decades of business-model innovation and entrepreneurship in renewable energy prove that sustainability pays. Jigar holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Richard Kauffman

Chair of the Board

Richard Kauffman is the chairman of the board of Generate and chairman of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Beginning in January 2013, Richard served in the Executive Chamber of Governor Cuomo as New York State’s first energy czar and oversaw the state’s energy agencies. He stepped down from that role in January 2019 while continuing as chairman of NYSERDA; as such, he remains energy adviser to Governor Cuomo’s administration. Previously, he was CEO of Good Energies, a leading investor in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. Richard was also managing director and chaired the Global Financing Group at Goldman Sachs. He previously served as vice chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Institutional Securities business and co-head of its Banking Department. Richard has also served as the chairman of the board of Levi Strauss and on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including the Brookings Institution. Richard received an MA in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Management, an MA in International Relations from Yale University, and a BA from Stanford University.

Lynn Jurich

Board Member

Lynn Jurich is chief executive officer and cofounder of Sunrun, the nation’s largest dedicated provider of residential solar, storage, and energy services in the United States. With Sunrun co-founder Ed Fenster, Lynn invented the “solar as a service” business model that unlocked consumer demand for clean, affordable energy direct from residential rooftops. Today, with more than $4 billion in installed solar systems across the United States and Puerto Rico, Sunrun is revolutionizing how consumers get electricity. Before Sunrun, Lynn worked as one of few female venture capitalists at Summit Partners, where she completed investments with an aggregate market value of over $900 million in the financial services and technology sectors. Lynn was named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business in 2013 and Forbes’s Women to Watch in 2015. Lynn earned her MBA and a BS in Science, Technology, and Society from Stanford University.

Raj Atluru

Board Member

Raj Atluru is a founder and managing director of Activate Capital. He has been investing in information technology and the energy and resource sectors since 1996, both domestically and internationally. Prior to Activate, he was a co-founder and Managing Director of Silver Lake Kraftwerk. From 2000 to 2011, Raj lead the cleantech efforts at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, as well as its India operations. DFJ invested in pioneering companies in this sector including EnerNOC, Solar City, Tesla Motors, BrightSource Energy, Sea Micro, and Ping Identity. His primary areas of interest are renewable energy, energy storage, energy efficiency, mobility technologies, and software and security solutions for the industrial and energy markets. Raj has served on numerous private and public boards and cofounded DFJ Element, the largest fund ever raised for the cleantech sector at the time. He has an MS and a BS in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Derek Chu

Board Member

Derek Chu is a senior investment director at AustralianSuper, which focuses on infrastructure investment origination and asset management, leading coverage of North American opportunities. He has previously worked at UBS, Morgan Stanley, and Babcock & Brown in asset management and investment banking roles, focused on infrastructure and general mergers and acquisitions across Australia, Asia, and the US. He has served on the boards of Plus ES, the unregulated subsidiary of Ausgrid, and of Sydney Transport Partners, the private shareholder SPV of WestConnex, a toll road scheme in Sydney, Australia. He has also been a member’s representative of Northern Star Generation, a US IPP. Derek holds both a BCom (with honors) and Bachelor of Law from the University of New South Wales.

Jeff Colin

Board Member

Jeff Colin founded Baker Street Advisors, LLC in 2004. He is a member of the firm’s Management Committee and is the partner in charge of the firm’s Investment Strategy Group. Jeff began his career advising some of the nation’s wealthiest families in 1991. Prior to his current role, he served as the national head of wealth planning for Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown, was the managing director in charge of the Private Client Division of Robertson Stephens, co-founded the Investment Advisory Services Group of myCFO, and worked as a vice president in the Private Client Services Division of Goldman Sachs. Jeff holds an MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University as well as a BS from Northwestern University.

Jason Fish

Board Member

Jason Fish serves as co-founder, chairman of the Credit Committee, chief investment officer, and a director of Alliance Partners. He is also a director of Congressional Bank, and he was the co-founder, president, and chief investment officer of CapitalSource. From 1992 to 2000, he was a partner and managing member of Farallon Capital Management, a leading global private investment firm. Jason had overall responsibility for the firm’s real estate investment activities and was also responsible for both credit and private equity investing for Farallon and its affiliates. Before joining Farallon, Jason was senior vice president responsible for financial institution investment banking coverage on the West Coast for Lehman Brothers. Jason is a graduate of Princeton University and chairs the Bay Area Board of Teach for America.

Ross Israel

Board Member

Ross Israel has 28 years of experience in corporate finance and funds management with specialist skills in infrastructure, asset management, capital raisings, and mergers and acquisitions. Ross Israel co-founded QIC Global Infrastructure in early 2006. As head of global infrastructure, Ross provides overall leadership to the team, which currently manages 19 direct investments out of offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, London, and New York. As a member of the QIC Global Infrastructure Investment Committee, Ross has overseen all of the team’s investments. In addition to his infrastructure responsibilities, Ross is also a member of QIC’s Executive Committee Management. From 2000 to 2005, Ross was with AMP Capital, where he co-led the creation of the Diversified Utility and Energy Trusts (DUET), serving as its chief operating officer, and was seconded into the management joint venture between AMP Capital and Macquarie Bank established prior to DUET’s listing on the ASX in August 2004. Before joining AMP Capital, Ross was with ABN AMRO and BZW in their Australian Infrastructure Corporate Advisory and London M&A teams, and with Ernst & Young in its Sydney Corporate Tax division. Ross is a director of Pacific Energy, an alternate director of CampusParc, and a member of the Advisory Board of Cornell University’s Program in Infrastructure Policy. He holds a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland.

Erich Becker

Senior Managing Director and Head of Europe

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Edward Bossange

Principal, Head of Capital Markets

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Darryl Carbonaro

Head of Legal

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Matan Friedman

CIO and Co-Founder

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Scott Gosselink

Principal, Head of Underwriting

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Scott Jacobs

CEO and Co-Founder

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Kristine Janhunen

Head of Talent

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Benjamin Jasik

Head of Data and Technology

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Sarie Lovell

Head of Asset Mgmt. & Operations

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Andrew Marino

Senior Managing Director and Head of Strategy

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Nam Tran Nguyen

COO

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Jeff Ross

Senior Managing Director and Head of Investment Team

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Jigar Shah

President and Co-Founder

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Jack Stark

CFO

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Olga Adrianova

Matt Ale

Diana Araneta

Ulan Asanov

Tara Barnes

Miguel Barrios

Sam Blodgett

Lucy Campbell

Bobby Capulong

Nate Carr

Riya Chajed

Emily Chasan

Florence Chen

Jason Cho

Eduardo Clemente

Meghan Collins

John Dannan

Tara Dhimitri

Ryan Dulaney

Marina Fenley

Floriano Ferreira

Peggy Flannery

Zach Fullerton

Michelle Garza

Asher Goldman

Matt Goodman

Steve Gossett, Jr

Karen Grue

Tony Hack

Sam Hariharan

Tuukka Hess

Bill Hilliard

David Hirsch

Madeleine Hogg

Andrew Hughes

Jarrod Jones

Charles Jurczynski

Dominique Keefe

April Keleher

Lisa Khanna

Alyssa Kruger

Chase LaMarche

Yana Lantsberg

Lydia Li

Pietro Lomazzi

Matt Lugar

Glenn McCrae

Dan Meccariello

David Medoff

Robert Moore

Yazmin Najera

Lauren Ngan

Peter Nulsen

Nicolaus Owens

Elyssa Pedote

David Perl

Mark Purser

Valerie Rainford

Kelsey Rasmussen

Will Roberts

Ruth Robinson

Miriam Rothschild

Leon Scott

Brooke Seegan

Sven Semmelmann

Jane Squire

Marisa Sweeney

Michael Sweet

Josh Tatel

Colin Temme

Abraham Tom

Dustin Turner

Simon Wu

Rett Young

Scott Jacobs

CEO and Co-Founder

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Jigar Shah

President and Co-Founder

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Richard Kauffman

Chair of the Board

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Lynn Jurich

Board Member

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Raj Atluru

Board Member

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Derek Chu

Board Member

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Jeff Colin

Board Member

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Jason Fish

Board Member

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Ross Israel

Board Member

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News

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