Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Co-Founder
Tim co-founded EnerNOC in 2001 and serves as its Chairman and CEO. In 2007, he led EnerNOC's initial public offering, which was named IPO of the Year by the Association for Corporate Growth Boston and Mass High Tech magazine, and received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in New England. More recently, EnerNOC was recognized with a 2012 Platts Global Energy Award for Industry Leadership, and Tim Healy was honored as CEO of the Year by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council. Today, EnerNOC is one of the world's largest full-service energy management providers with over 700 employees and operations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.
Prior to EnerNOC, Tim worked in the Energy Technology Laboratory for Northern Power Systems, Inc., and held positions with Merrill Lynch, International Fuel Cells (now UTC Fuel Cells), and the venture capital firm Commonwealth Capital Ventures. Tim also co-founded Student Advantage, a Boston-based affinity marketing company that went public in 1999.
Tim currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) and the New England Clean Energy Council, serves on TechNet's Executive Committee, and the Board of Trustees for the New England Aquarium. Tim is an advisor to several area startups and coaches youth soccer.
Tim graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Economics, and received his Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
President and Co-Founder
As President and Co-Founder of EnerNOC, David has guided the company's execution since its inception in 2001. With a primary focus on market development, inclusive of regulatory and government affairs, utility solutions, and international development, David has taken an active role in helping to shape domestic and international demand-side markets. David has pioneered efforts to make customer participation in these markets more effective through improved market rules and technologies. He regularly represents EnerNOC at public utility commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, among other forums.
Prior to EnerNOC, David worked at Beacon Power Corporation (NASDAQ: BCON), a developer of flywheel-based energy storage solutions for grid-scale frequency regulation services and other applications. David also held positions at Winslow Management Company, an environmentally-focused investment management firm, and SolarBank, an innovative global capital fund for solar energy systems.
David is a member of the World Resources Institute's Global Advisory Council and serves on the board of Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with High Honors from Wesleyan University, a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University, and a Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Chief Financial Officer
Neil Moses has nearly 30 years of experience in financial operations and management in the retail and technology sectors, including seven years at PTC, which he joined in 2003 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. During his time at PTC, Moses developed and implemented strategic and financial plans that increased revenue from approximately $650 million to over $1 billion and improved GAAP net income by $130 million.
Following PTC, Moses served as Dunkin’ Brands’ Chief Financial Officer and led the company’s successful initial public offering in 2011. Dunkin’ Brands has over 17,000 franchised locations (10,000 in the U.S. and 7,000 overseas), which generate nearly $9 billion in sales. During his time at Dunkin’ Brands, Moses was instrumental in driving supply chain initiatives in support of the company’s westward expansion in the U.S. and the roll out of an innovative point of sale system that paved the way for a number of important IT-driven initiatives. Prior to PTC, Moses served as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Axcelis Technologies, a semiconductor capital equipment manufacturer.
Neil has a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College and a Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales
Gregg Dixon has led various sales, marketing, and business development efforts at EnerNOC and currently leads marketing and sales efforts worldwide to end-use customers. Gregg is primarily responsible for leading the formulation of EnerNOC's go-to-market strategy and product roadmap, the execution of marketing mechanisms that accelerate profitable sales growth and brand recognition through creative and customer-driven insights, and the development of a world-class sales organization.
Prior to joining EnerNOC, Gregg was Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Hess Microgen, the leading provider of commercial on-site co-generation systems and services in the United States. As a highly recognized expert in distributed generation, Gregg pioneered efforts to bring more than 100 co-generation systems to leading grocery, hospitality, commercial property, and manufacturing customers and developed Hess Microgen's Internet-based monitoring system, CONIFER. Gregg was also Partner at Mercer Management Consulting, where he advised global Fortune 1000 technology, consumer products, and energy clients on customer and product strategy, economic choice analysis, and new business model development.
Gregg graduated from Boston College with bachelor's degrees in Business Administration and Computer Science and he is a Certified Energy Manager, Certified Demand Side Management Professional, and Certified Sustainable Development Professional with the Association of Energy Engineers. Gregg was also voted one of Boston's "40 Under 40" by Boston Business Journal as recognition for having established himself as a leader to be watched in the field of energy.
Vice President of Government Affairs
Rick Counihan is Vice President of Government Affairs at EnerNOC. In this capacity he is responsible for government relations with federal and state governments.
Rick has 25 years experience in the energy and utility fields, with employment stints in state, local, and federal government, as well as the private sector. Prior to joining EnerNOC, Rick was Vice President at the Electricity Innovation Institute (E2I), a nonprofit research institute affiliated with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to build public/private partnerships to improve the nation’s electricity systems and an early research center on the smart grid. Rick has also been Vice President at Green Mountain Energy Company, a retail energy service provider selling renewable power. Rick worked in regulatory affairs for five years with Southern California Edison and was a professional staffer for the Energy and Power Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives for six years.
Rick has a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Pomona College and a Master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University. Rick sits on the boards of the Center for Resource Solutions, the Demand Resource Alliance, and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy.
Vice President of Utility Solutions
As Vice President of Utility Solutions, Brad oversees all of EnerNOC’s utility-facing marketing and business development activities, and works closely with utility clients throughout North America and beyond. Brad has more than 20 years of experience related to retail energy and end-use markets, including senior marketing positions at Puget Energy Services, DoubleClick, and Southwall Technologies. Prior to joining EnerNOC, he was Vice President of Operations for Energy Insights (an IDC company), where he was responsible for overall product quality, delivery, and development. Previously, he was President and CEO of Primen, Inc., a subsidiary of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI); and Senior Vice President and co-founder of E Source (acquired by Financial Times Energy in 1999).
Brad received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, and has a Professional Engineer registration from the State of California.
Vice President of Product Management
As Vice President of Product Management, Fielder Hiss is responsible for distilling business strategy and translating customer needs and market opportunities into robust technology products. In this role, Fielder oversees the strategic direction of EnerNOC's software development, identifies market problems and opportunities, outlines product requirements, drives our product roadmap, and navigates strategic partnerships.
Mr. Hiss joins EnerNOC from 3D software company Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation, where he most recently served as Vice President of Product Marketing and Product Management. At SolidWorks, Fielder held several product management roles, leading successful teams and achieving company-leading results. He has also held positions at CADD Edge, Inc. (a DS SolidWorks reseller) and Intelligent Quotations, Inc.
As a member of the invitation-only Boston Product Executives Forum, Fielder is also a frequent speaker on software development. Fielder has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.
Vice President of Enterprise Sales
As Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Matt is focused on developing relationships and driving sales across our full product suite with Fortune 500 enterprises and other large organizations.
Over the past 12 years, Matt served in a variety of US and European sales leadership roles at PTC. He rose through PTC's sales organization, consistently earning performance awards, while helping to drive worldwide growth, introduce new products, and build new teams. Prior to PTC, Matt worked in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles at Standard Register Company, which provides enterprise communications products and services.
Matt graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1992. Out of work Matt enjoys time spending time with his family and coaching youth sports.
Vice President of Human Resources
As Vice President of Human Resources, Patricia draws on 30 years of experience as a leading strategic thinker on human resource matters within the New England technology community. Prior to EnerNOC, Patricia spent ten years as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Art Technology Group, a publicly traded company specializing in eCommerce software that was acquired by Oracle in 2011. Patricia’s career began with ten years at Prime/Computervision Corporation, during which she established the human resources function for the firm’s Scandinavian subsidiaries. She next served as Vice President of Human Resources at Stardent Computer, Inc., a 3-D graphical workstation company, and, later, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at First Data Investor Services Group.
Patricia holds a Bachelor of Science from Westfield State College, a Master's in Psychology from Goddard College, and an MBA from Suffolk University.
Senior Vice President of Finance
Mark has been building high-performing teams at EnerNOC from the company’s beginning. Joining co-founders Tim Healy and David Brewster in 2003, Mark initially focused on establishing and enhancing the company’s operations capabilities, building bi-coastal NOCs and a global field operations department. In his current role, Mark drives our technology roadmap, which spans both internal- and external-facing software development. The product management and process excellence teams reporting to him focus on solving customer problems and building employee productivity tools. Also reporting to Mark are our Analytics and Energy Markets teams, which are responsible for monetizing EnerNOC’s customer portfolio.
Before joining EnerNOC, Mark worked for AEW Capital Management, where he authored the firm’s Market Outlook. Prior to AEW, Mark was an econometric analyst for Standard & Poor’s, where he helped develop and execute the company’s first Internet-based industry research product, Global Industry Insight.
Mark graduated with High Distinction from the University of Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. He also graduated as a Tuck Scholar from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he earned his MBA.
Vice President of Product Strategy and Technology
Micah leads the worldwide implementation and execution of EnerNOC’s energy management solutions as Vice President of Product Strategy and Technology. Since starting at EnerNOC in 2005, Micah has led various teams responsible for the deployment of EnerNOC’s DemandSMART platform to over 10,000 commercial and industrial sites. Micah’s specific areas of expertise are utilizing automated hardware and software technology to create robust demand response networks while minimizing impacts on commercial and industrial customers, and mining energy and building data to identify no and low-cost energy efficiency opportunities.
Prior to joining EnerNOC, Micah worked on clean tech projects related to the landfill gas to energy field, and held management and operational positions with Safeco Insurance. Outside of work, Micah is an accomplished long-distance athlete, having completed an Ironman triathlon, multiple Boston Marathons, and a thru-hike of the entire Appalachian Trail.
Micah holds a B.S. degree in Ecology with highest honors from the University of Maine and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Yale School of Management.
Vice President of Engineering
As Vice President of Engineering, Hugh brings nearly 30 years of experience in the enterprise software and telecommunications industries to the development of EnerNOC's energy management platform. He has previously held leadership positions with Kronos, Inc., Ounce Labs, IBM Rational, DSC Communications, and Nortel, where he helped drive substantial increases in market share, new channel development, and several highly successful product releases. Prior to joining EnerNOC, Hugh served as Vice President of Engineering for Kronos Inc., a Massachusetts-based workforce management solutions firm, where he led a global application development team of 425 engineers based in three countries. Under his leadership, the firm launched a next-generation user interface as well as mobile applications for its workforce management suite.
Hugh is also the former President and CEO of Ounce Labs, where he managed the privately held software company's broad-based strategy and achieved 400 percent customer growth before Ounce was purchased by IBM Rational in 2009. From 2003-2005, Hugh served as Vice President of Product Development at IBM Rational, and he has also held software management and engineering leadership roles at Rational Software, DSC Communications, and Nortel.
Hugh holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Western Ontario.
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
Ken Schisler is Vice President of Regulatory Affairs at EnerNOC. His role at EnerNOC marries three of his professional passions: entrepreneurship, public policy and unleashing the incredible potential for demand side management in energy markets.
Prior to joining EnerNOC in 2007, Ken served for 13 years as a member of the Maryland General Assembly, rising to become Minority Whip. At the time of his election in 1991, Ken was 21 years old, the constitutional minimum age. He was and is the youngest legislator ever elected in Maryland, at least in Maryland’s post colonial history where records are reliable. In 2003, he was appointed by the Maryland Governor and confirmed by the Senate to become Chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission where he served for 3 ½ years. During his tenure at the PSC, he served as Vice Chairman of the FERC Joint Board on Economic Dispatch for the PJM Interconnection and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Prior to service on the PSC, he was also an attorney in private practice in Maryland in addition to his service as a legislator.
Schisler earned is undergraduate degree in Biology from Salisbury State University in 1992. He received his juris doctorate with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1998. Ken and his wife Amy have three beautiful daughters. In his free time, Ken loves spending time with his family and almost anything involving the outdoors.
Chief Information Officer
As Chief Information Officer, Gerry Wilson drives EnerNOC’s IT strategy across its global operations, supporting the company’s worldwide growth and international workforce. Gerry and his team continue to build out an IT infrastructure that reliably supports EnerNOC’s 24/7/365 energy management platform, serving the critical needs of electric power grids around the world. Gerry brings over 25 years of senior IT leadership experience to his role at EnerNOC. Previously, he served as Vice President and CIO at Unica Corporation, now part of IBM and a leading provider of Enterprise Marketing Management solutions. In this role, he led all aspects of the worldwide IT function, as well as the Real Estate, Facilities and Procurement functions. He and his team were responsible for numerous business process, infrastructure and information security improvements during his tenure, in support of the revenue growth of Unica’s Enterprise and Software-as-a-Service business. Prior to Unica, Gerry served as Senior Vice President and CIO at RSA, the Security Division of EMC, for over 8 years. Gerry is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has a Master of Business Administration degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Since 2007, he has also served as an Adjunct Faculty member in the MBA Program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), in Worcester, MA.