Chris Surges is the President of NEXT Electric, a premier electrical contractor in southeastern Wisconsin. He has over 25 years of experience in the electrical industry and has been involved in some of the largest commercial building projects in the state of Wisconsin.
John Clancy is a shareholder and the leader of G&K’s Energy Strategies Practice Group and its Indian Nations Group. John provides environmental and energy-related services to a wide variety of entities, including tribal, industrial, commercial, municipal and trade association clients.
Since moving to Green Bay in 2000, Celestine has become a part of the fabric of the Green Bay Community. In April of 2006, Celestine became Green Bay’s first African-American Alder. She served on many committees and in 2008, was re-elected by a 2-to-1 margin.
Carl A. Sinderbrand is a senior partner at the law firm of Axley Brynelson, LLP. His practice focuses on environmental, construction, commercial, and regulatory matters, with particular emphasis on protection of Wisconsin’s water resources and associated ecosystems.
Charles Hua is an undergraduate at Harvard College studying Statistics and Mathematics with a minor in Energy and Environment. At Harvard, Charles is involved in environmental consulting, climate policy research, radio broadcasting, and student managing for the basketball team.
Andrew Hoyos is the owner and principal consultant at Hoyos Consulting LLC, a quickly growing company providing expert-level network consulting and boutique ISP and data center services in the Midwest area.