Out of engineering I was excited to work in cleantech, so I got a job in the R&D department of a Canadian oil & gas. Unfortunately, back then, cleantech was getting more talk than action, so I decided to try my skills/luck at entrepreneurship. Two software startups later (one failed, but raised money, the other I successfully bootstrapped to an exited) I got back into cleantech where I joined some brilliant chemists to help commercialize some exciting CO2 reduction technology. Here is where I went through Foresight as a student and they asked me to join as an EiR. I am currently commercializing some novel, hydrogen tech for long-haul transportation while starting a SaaS/software platform to help cleantech companies become more profitable. I love this space.