| | Dr. Earl Azimov, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Earl Azimov has been the Chief Executive Officer and President of Global Clean Energy, Inc. since April 30, 2009.
He served as the Chairman of Global Clean Energy, Inc. from August 2006 to April 30, 2009 and he has been a Director of Global Clean Energy Inc. since August 29, 2006.
Dr. Azimov served and co-founded Miazzi Internet Ventures Inc. where he has assumed leadership roles in early stage companies since 1996, including Mamma.com, which was sold in 1999 for an eight-figure valuation.
He has 20 years of private equity experience, focusing on seed capital investments in early stage companies. He has been active as an advisor and board member of the PME startup fund since 2003 and is an accredited commodity trading advisor (CTA).
From 1992 to 1995, Dr. Azimov co-founded a national Optical Center that was sold to National Vision Associates of Atlanta, which operated the Wal-Mart Vision Centers.
Dr. Azimov has a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Carolina and a Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Montreal School of Optometry, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Kenneth Adessky, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Adessky has been our Chief Financial Officer, Secretary and a Director since August 2006.
Mr. Adessky is currently a Senior Partner of Adessky Lesage, a corporate commercial law firm located in Montreal, Canada that he co-founded in 1995. As a Senior Partner, Mr. Adessky focuses his legal practice on private and public financings, mergers and acquisitions and public offerings of small capital public companies. Over the past decade, Mr. Adessky has completed in excess of $100 million dollars of financing.
Mr. Adessky received his Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1990.
Brian Levine, Chief Operating Officer
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A 30 year business background in senior officer roles on behalf of private equity interest in diversified industries: Green/Cleantech, waste to energy, manufacturing/distribution), plastics, US wholesale/retail distribution, international trading and IP/IT.
Well versed in the renewable energy, bio plastics and alternative fuels industries with extensive experience in capital markets, international marketing, business and corporate strategy, market positioning, development and execution.
A Cleantech pioneer in BTPS perimeter power wind turbine technology. Recognized for developing industry first; Forced Air Recovery (F.A.R.) platform, integrating wind turbines into air handling equipment including evaporative coolers and other mechanical forced air sources for energy recovery.
COO with Global Clean Energy, Inc. a waste-to-energy conversion solutions company, focusing on using available and developing technologies to convert waste into commercially viable energy, a process the company refers to as Reforming Environmental Salvage into Clean Usable Energy (R.E.S.C.U.E.). Responsible for implementing GCE’s stringent aggregation infrastructure model for the alternative fuels industry.
Active advisory to a number of private equity and venture funds.
Steven R. Mann, Chief Development Officer
Steven R. Mann has a solid background in renewable energy projects dating back to the mid 1980s. At this time, he championed a 3rd-party funded solar technology which allowed condominium communities to leverage solar energy without any upfront investment. From this implementation, these communities enjoyed a shared savings program which saved up to 15% on the energy bills. Some of those solar systems are still currently in operation.
Mr. Mann founded MicroEnergies in 2007 to fill the niche of smaller on-site waste-to-energy projects. He currently is developing alternative energy projects that would convert waste tires and plastics into fuel and carbon char. Mr. Mann has proven his skill in business and leadership at executive levels, through managing over 200 employees, while building the business he founded into one of the nation’s largest companies in its category successfully selling the company to private equity in early 2007.
MicroEnergies currently has numerous waste to fuel projects in development. Some of these include feedstock agreements for waste plastics and waste tires using proven conversion technologies that will convert the waste into high value marketable fuel. As well, there exist off-take agreements for gasoline, naphtha, diesel and jet fuel. MicroEnergies has merged with GCEI to accelerate the development of energy projects in their development division