Adam runs the product team at Gridium. Formerly he co-founded TerraPass, and before that worked at Tellme and Trilogy. He has an MBA from Wharton and a BS from Stanford, neither of which impress his one-year-old daughter.
Allison is a Full-Stack Developer living in Seattle, WA with her husband and two kids. She enjoys competing with her horse, exploring with her kids and reading when she isn’t trying to find elegant solutions to challenging problems.
Andy is a Midwestern adventure seeker with an unnatural enthusiasm for trail mix. A front-end engineering & design specialist by trade, he spends the rest of his time outside and/or making funny faces at his daughter.
Ben Vickers is a back-end developer at Gridium living in St. Michael Minnesota (just outside Minneapolis). When he is not chasing after his kids, he is trying to hyzer flip Valkyries through tunnels at the local disc golf course. Except in winter… when he just freezes.
Boyd is the Senior Account Manager at Gridium. Before joining Gridium, Boyd helped build businesses in the renewable energy, food, and investment consulting industries. He has completed a fellowship with the Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI), is a LEED AP, and has attained the CFA designation. When not delighting customers, you can find Boyd at an SF Giants game, around a campfire, or on a golf course.
Greg is the Director of Research at Gridium. He has B.S. degrees in mathematics and physics, and an M.S. in statistics – which is what data science used to be called. Before becoming Gridium’s first employee, he developed applications in the fields of marketing research and biostatistics. Greg and his wife live in Chicago where they enjoy all kinds of music and spend their free time keeping track of their two grown children, two dogs, and a noisy parrot.
Joseph Thomas is a Dev Ops Engineer at Gridium. Besides building robust software systems, he likes to explore the mountains of Colorado and tend to his garden of spicy chiles.
Kevin is a front-end engineer at Gridium. He was an Intern Architect and Building Information Modeling consultant, helping large institutions more efficiently manage building information, space, and resources, until he realized writing software was much more fun than just using it.
Kimberly Nicholls is a full stack engineer at Gridium who loves to make data useful. She also enjoys reading books and playing outside, especially in the water.
I have a Masters in Accounting and am officially a numbers nerd! When I am not working, I spend every moment I can hanging out and snuggling with my three-year-old daughter while she still lets me!
Millen has been thinking about the built environment since he was four, when he started with site walks on residential construction projects. He began his career at Cambridge Associates and has an MBA from UCLA. Talk to him about bicycling, buildings, businesses, and green chile burritos!
Pete Nelson is an energy analyst who got his start in cleantech riding home from nursery school on the back of his dad’s bike. His pre-Gridium exploits include organic agriculture in Germany and New Jersey, implementing software for non-profits, and coaching college track and field. Pete enjoys running, playing and watching soccer, and spending time with his family.
Tim Canavan is the Senior Manager, Operations at Gridium. He has worked for Cambridge Associates, as a venture fellow at SJF Ventures and at a number of cleantech startups. Tim has a Masters in Environmental Management and an MBA from Duke, and a Bachelors degree from UMass Amherst. He is an avid backpacker and backcountry skier.
Tom Arnold is co-founder and CEO of Gridium. Prior to Gridium, Tom Arnold was the Vice President of Energy Efficiency at EnerNOC, and cofounder at TerraPass. Tom has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Economics from Dartmouth College. When he isn’t thinking about the future of buildings, he enjoys riding his bike and chasing after his two daughters.
Will is a back-end engineer with a background in cyber-security, who generally enjoys breaking software in unexpected ways. Beyond juggling engineering problems, he also enjoys literal juggling, and other circus arts such as unicycling.