Arti Dave is a Compliance Liaison with Pacific Gas and Electric Company based out of San Francisco, CA. Arti has been working in the utility and telecommunication industry for over 10 years. She’s responsible for leading Energy Supply Management efforts to maintain and enhance a strong compliance culture by working with personnel in functional areas that are responsible for energy trading and procurement activities to develop a strategic approach for complying with regulatory and external reporting requirements i.e., Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, (FERC), North American Electric Reliability Co., (NERC), and CAISO Tariff requirements, and internal risk reporting and controls.
Arti holds a bachelor degree in Management Information System from San Jose State University and completed a Certificate in Financial Planning from UC Berkeley. She previously served as the Professional Develop Chair of Network of Indian Professional’s San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, as well as the President and Secretary of San Jose State University’s Management Information System Association.
Gregory “Greg” Dye lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is a half-time assistant professor of Accounting and Finance at the Santa Fe Community College. Greg also works with three non-profit organizations as their Chief Finance Officers in the Santa Fe area. Recently, Greg along with business partner, Jamey Shelton, started New Mexico CFO LLC. It is a CFO for Hire company located in the Santa Fe Business Incubator. The focus of the business is on smaller companies that cannot afford a full-time CFO. Greg’s prior accounting experience includes working for two Fortune 100 companies and for a California based Venture Capital Company as the finance and corporate accounting manager. Greg has taught as an adjunct professor for the University of New Mexico, New Mexico Highlands and Northern New Mexico College. Greg received his MBA from New Mexico State University and his BBA from the Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
William “Bill” Miller
Bill Miller has been involved with education and technology his entire life. Retired from the University of New Mexico after 25 years with a MA in Education, Bill has worked with thousands of undergraduate and graduate students studying physics and astronomy. While a staff member at UNM, Bill assisted in several research projects including, High Energy Atomic Beam Resonance at LANL, Lodestar, and Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory in Argentina. Bill also has an AS in electronics and spent a lifetime working with electro-mechanical systems. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from UNM Bill joined the Peace Corps and taught at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana from 1974 to 1976. While in Ghana Bill helped start an electronics shop that trained and employed two local staff members.
Bill’s favorite teaching environment is the laboratory where hands and heads join together to learn about science and nature. Working in remote sites has always been a part of Bill’s professional life with time spent in the deserts of New Mexico, Pampas of Argentina, Java Sea, jungles of Indonesia and most recently for GWHN in Ghana. Bill has been interested in helping deliver a better life for people in developing countries for over 40 years knowing that education is one of the most important elements that can change a person’s life.
Jessica Pullano is the Director of Communications and Engagement for the San Francisco Education Fund the oldest and largest non-profit working to strengthen San Francisco public schools. A collaborative, results-oriented leader with more than 11 years of experience in program management, public engagement, fundraising, database administration and events
management. Jessica holds bachelor’s degrees in English and Communications from the University of California, Davis.
Penny Zhou is a management consultant at PwC Advisory focused on helping clients go through large scale transformations in their customer experience, business strategies, operations and regulatory compliance capabilities. Penny obtained her Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley, majoring in Environmental Economics and Policy and Business Administrations. Penny lived in China and Canada for a number of years before residing in San Francisco. Her international background and interests in environmental sustainability