Jonathan Doochin

Jonathan Doochin has served as a Senior Advisor in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the US Department of Energy, where he also worked in the Office of the Secretary on the Recovery Act Team advising on the State Energy Program, Weatherization Assistance Program, Energy Efficiency Block Grants, and inter-agency agreements and policy design.  Prior to joining the Department of Energy, Jonathan co-founded Clark Energy Group where he assembled and co-led a multi-company team that was awarded a $5 billion federal contract for energy upgrades and renewable energy development.  Jonathan has also worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company as well as an entrepreneur in ventures ranging from automotive to financial services. Jonathan studied at Harvard College and Harvard Business School.

Shiva Thiagarajan

Shiva Thiagarajan began his career at Kaiser Associates, a boutique strategy consulting firm. He has since served at a European private equity firm investing in small- to mid-cap clean tech businesses, where he focused on energy efficiency in residential and government buildings. His responsibilities included target identification, due diligence, and prospectus development. Shiva earned BAs in Physics and Economics from Swarthmore College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Matt Wilson

Matt’s most recent experience is as a Product Manager for Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO currently manages over $1 trillion for its clients), where he structured investing and hedging strategies for large corporate clients, sovereign wealth funds, central banks, and other large institutional investors. His expertise includes inflation hedging strategies and the use of derivatives to offset interest rate risk, inflation risk, and credit risk. Before PIMCO, Matt was a US Navy Intelligence Officer covering Far East Asia maritime security. He has an undergraduate degree in international business and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

John Moses

John Moses is founder of SunPact LLC, a start-up focused on clean technology solutions for Federal Government customers, especially the expeditionary forces of the US Military.  Focusing on a partnership model with innovative manufacturers, John took SunPact from concept to revenue in less than three months.  John previously served 6 years in the US Navy in a variety of shipboard leadership roles and with Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, completing three deployments to the Middle East.  His interest in alternative energy was enhanced while serving as Officer-in-Charge of a major Iraqi oil facility, where he led a joint US/Iraqi military team and assisted civilian oil workers in operating the facility.  John studied at Stanford University, where he earned a BA and MA, and at Harvard Business School.