Environmental Executive Moves: USGBC, Calysta, Cool Planet, Minesto
Here‚Äôs the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders.
USGBC: The sustainable buildings membership organization has named chief operating officer Mahesh Ramanujam (pictured) as incoming chief executive officer. He will move into the role after Rick Fedrizzi, co-founder of USGBC and current CEO, steps down at the end of 2016. Ramanujam joined USGBC in 2009 as senior vice president, technology, before being named COO in September 2011.
Calysta: The sustainable food and energy security company has named Ted Hull as chief financial officer and vice president of finance and Dennis Leong as vice president of business development. Prior to joining Calysta, Hull served as CFO at Isola, and as vice president of finance and CFO for Maxtor. Leong joins Calysta from Chemtex, where he was the executive vice president.
Cool Planet: The renewable energy and agricultural technology company has hired James Loar as the executive vice president of its biocarbon business. He was most recently with the Wilbur-Ellis Company, where he served as vice president of operations for the Ag Division.
Minesto: The marine energy technology company has named Fredrik Ahlstr√∂m¬†as its chief financial officer, succeeding CFO¬†Charlotta Ekman,¬†who will become¬†the company‚Äôs chief operating officer.¬†Ahlstr√∂m joins Minesto from¬†Sibelco Nordic, where he served as CFO. Ekman has been Minesto‚Äôs CFO since 2008.
WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff: The global engineering and professional services organization has named Matthew Jones as its environmental manager. Before joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, he was a principal consultant and program director for Environmental Resources Management.
Eco Building Products: The manufacturer of green building products has appointed Buzz Nielsen as director of sales. He has held positions with Georgia Pacific, Hayward Lumber, SierraPine, Sealaska and International Forest products.
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