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Matt Jones and Joe Madden represent EOS Climate on the Board of Directors.
As VP and Treasurer at Google, Brent is responsible for all capital markets, banking and risk management activities. He joined Google early in 2007 after 14 years at Microsoft. His most recent role there was as Corporate Vice President and Divisional CFO for Microsoft’s Platforms and Services Division, which encompassed the Windows, Server and MSN business groups. He was also Microsoft’s Treasurer from 2000-2004. Previously, Brent worked at Walt Disney, with financial responsibility for Walt Disney Records, and in various treasury and financial capacities at Procter & Gamble. Aside from his many other memberships, advisory and board roles, Brent served on two Washington State’s Governors’ Council of Economic Advisors from 2001-2006. Brent has received numerous awards and commendations for his leadership at Google, including a 2008 Risk Magazine award for “Corporate Risk Manager of the Year” and a 2010 Adam Smith Award for “Overall Treasury Excellence.” In 2009 he was named one of the “100 Most Influential People in Finance” by Treasury and Risk Magazine, for the 4th time.
Brent received a BS in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA in finance from the Kenan Flagler school at UNC. Brent is also a CPA. He was honored with the Distinguished MBA Alumni Award from Kenan Flagler in 2004 and cited as a top alumnus in the Wall Street Journal and Princeton Review.
Candice Eggerss joined Firelake Capital Management as a Managing Director in July 2003, where she specializes in public market investments. Prior to joining Firelake Capital, Candice held leadership positions at Camelot Capital, J.P. Morgan Investment Management — where she managed the J.P. Morgan Small Cap Opportunity Fund — Weiss, Peck and Greer, and Equitable Capital. She began her financial career as a securities analyst at Morgan Stanley in 1985.
Her expertise spans several sectors, including clean tech, IT, telecommunications, and entertainment and media.
She received a BS from Stanford University and an MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business.
Martin is a Managing Director and co-founder of Firelake Capital Management. Previously, Martin was the co-founder and CEO of Solo Energy Corporation, an energy technology company based in Alameda California. Solo Energy developed microturbine and clean combustion reciprocating engines for the distributed power market.
For the previous 19 years, Martin was an intellectual property attorney based in Silicon Valley first as a partner in the Palo Alto office of Phoenix based Brown and Bain, and then at Cooley Godward in Palo Alto.
Martin holds a BA in Economics (with Honors) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a JD from Vanderbilt University. Martin serves on the boards of MiaSolé, ZeaChem, Simbol Materials, EOS Climate, EnerG2 and HydroPoint Data Systems. He is also Co-Chair of the Board of the Clean Economy Network.
Kathleen (Katie) McGinty is currently a Senior VP and Managing Director at Weston Solutions, where she is charged with leading the Green Development Division, focused on sustainable property redevelopment, clean energy, innovative water solutions and strategic sustainability services. She is also an Operating Partner at Element Partners LLC, and a Director at NRG Energy, Inc., as well as Iberdrola USA, Inc.
Katie is former Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality under President Bill Clinton, and former Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Secretary under Governor Rendell, where she earned wide praise for her efforts to reduce pollution and promote investment in clean technologies.
Katie holds a BS in Chemistry from Saint Joseph’s University and a JD from Columbia University School of Law, as well as three honorary doctorates in Public Service and Humane Letters. She has been honored with environmental leadership awards from the Wilderness Society, League of Conservation Voters and Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment, and was designated a “Global Leader for Tomorrow” by the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.