Tom has designed and developed renewable energy, lighting systems, film productions, and cleantech projects in 34 countries over 30 years, including village-level community Solar Thermal Energy case studies in Ithaca, NY for deployment in African villages; a celebrated water documentary on the decimation of Canadian fishing villages from Tar Sands extraction; speaker appointments on Sustainability at the Milken Institute CA Summit and on Sister-City tours with the City of Los Angeles to Berlin and Sao Paolo; and innovative collaborations for SmartBuildings & SmartCampuses in CA and New England.
Tom is CEO of VITAL and CSO of CA Bioproducts Innovation Center, in affiliation with LA Cleantech Incubator. Tom holds PMP and CRRA ZeroWaste certifications, and has been a member of five (5) national film unions (NABET-17, 13 and IATSE-52, 600, 728).
His key interests are Sustainability Leadership, Triple Bottom Line Accounting, Water Remediation & Revitalization, Sustainable Energy for All, Mission-Aligned Collaborations, Joint Venture Structuring and Sustainable Project Finance.
A graduate of Cornell, Tom enjoys skiing, yoga and Big Red college basketball.
Eileen has designed and developed appropriate tech, high tech, mobile tech and cleantech projects for over 30 years with NEC (Japan), Alcatel (Germany) and NTT DoCoMo (Japan), plus several newly-minted technology start-ups and public private partnerships in the US, Japan, Jamaica, UK and New Zealand.
Eileen worked as a Community Developer in the Peace Corps (Fiji); founded an interactive literacy gaming NGO; and served as Program Manager of ITU 3G/4G partnerships for high-speed, IP-based, telemetric mobile systems. She also serves as EVP for Partnerships at Renewable Nations Institute, a Proud Partner of Sustainable Energy for ALL.
Her key interests are Triple Bottom Line Accounting, Sustainable Energy for All, Food Loss and Waste + Healthy Soils, Global Benchmarking & Standards, and Debt Finance Packages.
A graduate of CU Boulder, Eileen enjoys skiing, gardening, and Zags college basketball.
George has developed renewable energy, Triple Bottom Line agriculture and multi-sector property projects for over 30 years, including a wind turbine park with renewable energy contracts to SCG&E; a Triple Bottom Line Joint Venture for agricultural, residential, commercial and resort development; and a residential mixed-use Public Private Partnership with 5-year entitlements across the Pacific Rim (Hawaii, Japan, CA and Australia). George is a Director of Future Channel, Inc., and Broadband Network Systems, Ltd.
His key interests are Triple Bottom Line Accounting, Stakeholder Engagement, Business & Project Planning, and Joint Venture Structuring.
George went to UCLA. He enjoys skiing and Bruins college basketball.