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Jeffrey A. Horn

Jeffrey A. Horn

The Ener-Core Leadership Team Jeffrey A. Horn Independent Director University Of Wisconsin, B.S., Economics; Carnegie Mellon, Program For Executives; Caterpillar Advanced Management Program. Jeff retired from Caterpillar Inc. in 2012 after a 34 year career. During that period he held senior management positions with geographic, distribution and global business unit responsibilities. Those responsibilities were carried out from positions based in Asia, Europe, South America and the U.S. The majority of his focus being on the Power Generation and Mining markets. Most recently, Jeff was the Managing Director of Caterpillar Power Generation Systems. In this role he had global responsibility for the design, sale, construction and operation & maintenance of turn-key power plants based on Caterpillar technology. The power plants ranged in size from 50 to 200 MW and were used in both base load and peaking capacity. Prior to that, he was the Managing Director of F.G. Wilson, a subsidiary of Caterpillar, whose global focus was on the design, distribution and product support of power generation products in the 15 to 2000 KW range which were used in emergency back-up and prime power applications. Other key positions held include Director of Electric Power and Director of the Caterpillar Corporate Mining...
The Hon. Dr. Stephen L. Johnson

The Hon. Dr. Stephen L. Johnson

The Ener-Core Management Team The Hon. Dr. Stephen L. Johnson Advisory Board, 11th Administrator, U.S. EPA Stephen brings to the advisory board over three decades of exemplary commitment to the environment. Within the EPA, he controlled a $7.7 billion annual budget and managed over 17,000 employees. He is also the recipient of the White House’s Presidential Rank Award, the highest award bestowed to civilian federal employees. Before working for the U.S. Government, he held a number of positions in laboratory and bio-technology companies. He was also the director of Hazelton Laboratories, now Covance. Stephen began working at the EPA in 1979. He had been working at a private lab, Litton Bionetics Inc., in Washington. Johnson’s rise from career scientist to EPA chief began in 2001, when he made the jump from civil service bureaucrat to political appointee after serving as the acting deputy administrator in 2003 and then in January 2005 the acting administrator of the EPA. On March 4, 2005, President George W. Bush nominated him formally for the permanent position. He became the first career employee to hold the position of Administrator and the first scientist to head the Agency. His tenure as Administrator of the EPA expired on January 20, 2009. Stephen received a B.A. in Biology from Taylor University and a Master’s Degree in Pathology from George Washington University. He has also been awarded honorary Doctor of Science degrees from Taylor University and Wesleyan...
Dr. Boris Maslov

Dr. Boris Maslov

The Ener-Core Management Team Dr. Boris Maslov   Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology: Ph.D., Electrical Engineering; B.S., M.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dr. Maslov is on the Advisory Board of Ener-Core, and advises Ener-Core’s management team on matters of Strategic Planning, Technology Development, and Intellectual Property Protection. Boris holds CEO experience at Energy One, a renewable energy project development company. He has served as CEO of several technology and financial companies, as well as CTO of WaveCrest Laboratories, a manufacturing company specializing in electric transportation markets. As a leading Russian scientist, Boris spent his early career working in Moscow for various organizations, including the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, the Foreign Policy Association established by Edward Shevardnadze, and the Soviet-American Foundation Cultural Initiative established by George Soros. Boris is a senior member of IEEE and holds more than 30 US and international patents....