Lorne Mark Roseborough – CEO
Lorne Roseborough has acted as a director of our company since January 15, 2014. Mr. Roseborough currently is Chairman of CleanGen Inc and director of Sunvault Energy.Mr. Roseborough previously held the position as a Start-up Lead Executive for DowCorning’s $1.2 billion Semiconductor plant in Clarksville, Tennessee. Mr. Roseborough was a director of EPOD Solar Inc. from October 10, 2007 to January 8, 2010. He also held management positions with EPOD Solar from 2003 and was promoted to vice-president and held that position from June 30, 2008 until July 30, 2009. From 1992 to 2003, Mr. Roseborough worked at Belkorp Industries, Inc. where he was vice-president of Manufacturing having direct responsibility for the operations of three pulp and paper mills and one small oil refinery. These operations had approximately 350 employees and $300 million in revenues. From November 1999 to 2003, he also held the position as president and chief executive officer of Bluewater Fiber in Port Huron, Michigan (on behalf of owners Merrill Lynch and Cerberus Capital Partners) which was a large recycle pulp mill. Mr. Roseborough was appointed because of his experience in our market.
William (Bill) Richardson – Director
Former Secretary of Energy, United States of America
William Blaine “Bill” Richardson III was governor of New Mexico from 2003 to 2011. Bill Richardson was born in California but raised mostly in Mexico City. He received his bachelor’s (1970) and master’s (1971) degrees from Tufts University, then worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. By the end of the 1970s he was a New Mexico resident with political ambitions, and in 1982 he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, where he served until 1997. During the administration of President Bill Clinton he served as the U.S. ambassador to the
United Nations (1997-98) and as Secretary of Energy (1998-2001). After Clinton’s term ended, Richardson lectured, served on corporate boards and worked as a consultant with Kissinger McLarty Associates (headed by Henry Kissinger and former Clinton chief of staff Thomas McLarty. Bill Richardson has earned a reputation as a global troubleshooter, negotiating the
release of hostages, American servicemen and political prisoners in North Korea, Iraq, Cuba, and Sudan. The Governor has also been called upon to assist in critical negotiations with North Korea and the Sudan. He has been nominated four times for the Nobel Peace Prize.
“We must never forget that it is the Private Sector not Government that is the engine of economic opportunity. Businesses flourish and can provide good jobs when Government acts as a productive partner”
Larry Faulk – Director
Larry Faulk has acted as a director of our company since January 15, 2014. Larry Faulk was a Washington State Senator from 1966 to 1970. He is a prominent figure in public life in Tacoma and Pierce County and has been for the last four decades. In 1969, he played a key role in the creation of the State Appeals Court – and in making sure that Tacoma and Spokane would house divisions of that Appeals Court. The original bill housed the Appeals Court only in Seattle. Faulk and his fellow legislators from Tacoma and Spokane said they wouldn’t vote for it if the court was based solely in Seattle — a place that, in Faulk’s view, was always trying to squeeze out the state’s other cities. Faulk worked as an executive with The Boeing Company for many years and he also headed a number of non-profit and governmental agencies, including the Martin Luther King Center in Tacoma and the Washington State Pollution and Shoreline Hearings Boards. He became a trustee of Tacoma Community College and also taught there as a political science instructor. In 2008, he ran again for the State Senate seat he had held 42 years earlier. Senator Larry Faulk has global contacts, vast business experience and contacts that will greatly assist Sunvault in achieving its goals.