Matthew Meyer is a serial entrepreneur, who recently started working with his younger brother Eric at Generation Atomic as a Building Bridges Project Manager. He has extensive experience in coaching and member management, making him a perfect fit to spearhead Generation Atomic’s Idaho National Lab-funded initiative to train STEM professionals to more confidently talk about what they do and then enable them to attend conferences and events in the broader clean energy space.
Building Bridges Project Manager, Generation Atomic
Jessica Eckdish is the Vice President, Legislation & Federal Affairs with the BlueGreen Alliance, where she directs BGA’s federal legislative, policy, and partnerships efforts in Washington, D.C. This includes leading the organization’s work on climate, energy, and infrastructure issues.
Vice President, Legislation & Federal Affairs BlueGreen Alliance®
Morgan Scott is the director for Climate READi, Sustainability & Ecosystem Stewardship at EPRI, an independent, non-profit energy R&D institute. Morgan leads the institute’s effort to design and develop a comprehensive industry approach to physical climate risk assessment and mitigation. She also leads a research team driving work in Ecosystem Risk and Resiliency; Endangered and Protected Species; and Strategic Sustainability Science.
Morgan M. Scott
Director – Climate READi, Sustainability & Ecosystem Stewardship At EPRI
Nancy Greco is a Distinguished Engineer, Technical Executive, in IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. is co-leading the Consulting Robotics Services Solution development in partnership with Boston Dynamics working across IBM’s Research, Consulting, Maximo, and Cloud teams to enable roaming edge devices to do inspections in potentially dangerous environments, so humans don’t have to.
Kay Murphy has over 25 years of business experience serving both the public and private sectors. She has delivered solutions in the aerospace, defense, manufacturing, education, general government and energy sectors. She currently leads IBM’s Global Asset Optimization Services. Her technology background includes IoT, cognitive technology, advanced analytics, business intelligence, data warehousing, and asset and facility management.
Director, DE Research Cognitive IoT solutions (Spot), Research - IBM
Global Partner, Robotics Solutions - IBM
As President & CEO, Greg Wolfe is responsible for the vision and strategic direction of the company and the execution of its business operations. He has more than 25 years of experience in power engineering, energy management, predictive analytics, and computer networking. Before co-founding Fischer Block, Inc., Wolfe started his career with Texas Instruments (Advanced Defense Weapons Systems).
President & CEO Fischer Block, Inc
Kenath Carver has dedicated his professional career to the implementation and protection of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) infrastructures. Mr. Carver joined Texas Reliability Entity, Inc. (Texas RE), in February 2012 and has more than 15 years of Information Technology experience.
Director of Cybersecurity Outreach and CIP Compliance at Texas RE