Sam is co-founder and CEO of Greenwork. He was previously a co-founder and Head of Analytics at Station A. Sam had the privilege of traveling the country on his dad Tom Steyer’s presidential campaign. He got his A.B. in Applied Math at Harvard and M.S. at Stanford, where he was proud Co-President of the Stanford Energy Club.
Gautam is co-founder and CTO of Greenwork. His 20 years making products have been spread between companies he started (Rickshaw, Jamglue), wildly successful companies he joined (DoorDash, Dropbox, Amazon), and innovative experiences (Media Lab). A long time ago, he got degrees from MIT.
Mime brings two decades of experience helping build such mainstays as YouTube, Firefox, and Dropbox. More recently he worked on tackling the climate crisis via political avenues at Mobilize and Rewiring America. In the past, he once constructed a sustainable house with a team from start-to-finish and, even further back, remembers creating a local neighborhood eco club when he was 8 because saving the planet was and still is the right thing to do.
Sarah Rizk brings over a decade of experience in climate science, clean energy entrepreneurship, and green transportation to Greenwork. Sarah has been a leader at startups spanning electric motorcycles to IOT applications in the waste industry. She served in the EPA during the Obama Administration. Sarah has deep operational experience with expertise in training and scaling workforces. Sarah is currently a Staff Product Operations Manager at Cruise Automation. She holds an MBA and an MS in Earth Systems from Stanford University.
Komal Kirtikar is an advisor for Greenwork who brings almost 10 years of marketplace start-up experience: she was the first General Manager at Lyft and helped grow the company to national scale. She also provides relevant learnings from 3 years as an executive in workforce development at Opportunity@Work. She holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Univ of Florida and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Manos is a software engineer and architect with a passion for cities, electrification, and thoughtful design. He has years of experience designing and developing software products to enable data-driven climate decision making for buildings and cities.
Manos is currently the Co-Founder and Head of Product at Station A, where he has helped build the core patented technology, scale the software platform, expand the user network, and grow both the SaaS and Marketplace side of the business. He received a Master of Science in Urbanism and Building Technology while conducting research at the MIT Sustainable Design Lab. He has published numerous papers on energy modeling and its implications for urban planning and real estate development.