Management Team

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Wayne Greenberg

Chief Executive Officer

Wayne Greenberg is responsible for developing and implementing high-level strategies, making corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of the company, and acting as the main point of communication between the board of directors and corporate operations. He has been on the board since 2007. 

In the 1990s, Wayne piloted E Source to a position on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies prior to the sale of the company in 1999. Since that time, he has been CEO of several companies, all in the energy information sector. Those companies include Architectural Energy Corp., a green buildings firm (now part of Carrier Corp.); WellDog, a venture-backed data company servicing natural gas extraction; and several portfolio companies under Enertech Capital Partners, a pioneer in energy investing, for which he has been an adviser since 1998.

Wayne currently chairs a drone-enabled agricultural data start-up, Agribotix, and is the chairman of the mediation and dispute-resolution nonprofit CDR Associates. He was one of the founding board members of the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association and on the association’s behalf, in partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, was the founding director of the Cleantech Fellows Institute.

Prior to focusing on energy, Wayne served as president of Shepard’s, the legal publishing arm of McGraw-Hill, and held various senior management positions at LexisNexis, the world’s largest provider of online professional information. He has a BA in public communications from Boston University and a JD and MBA from Tulane University, where he also served as associate dean at the law school for 10 years.

Chris Doyle

Chief Technology Officer

Chris and his team strive to broaden the reach of technology in the energy sector, working closely with other business units to help convert product vision into reality and to deliver relevant, useful content and tools to E Source’s clients using the most reliable systems possible. Chris brings more than 30 years of software development and information technology experience to the team. He has written software for Bell Labs, Medtronic, and Honeywell Commercial Aviation, among others, and has managed technology teams in numerous sectors. Chris studied theater at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Cami Arlit

Vice President, Operations

Cami has helped create a business culture that attracts and supports a highly skilled workforce capable of meeting the needs of E Source’s customers. She recently oversaw the ground-up redevelopment of the company’s new energy-efficient headquarters in Boulder. Previously, Cami held leadership positions in Operations and Facilities for the business. She draws on an eclectic background that ranges from managing a large veterinary practice to opening restaurants throughout California and managing ski resorts in Idaho. Recognizing and understanding the critical importance of transforming the entire organization to a culture of agility, Cami has been instrumental in the success of E Source's Agile Program and team development. She has received training in mediation and conflict resolution from Mares-Dixon & Associates as well as specialized training and utilization of Predictive Index Management Information Systems.

Matthew Burks

Vice President, Corporate Strategy & Products, E Source

Matthew Burks oversees new product development, strategic partnerships, and corporate strategy for E Source. His years advising North America’s largest utilities support a robust understanding of the connections between energy, technology, society, and policy. Matthew is an industry thought leader in the rapidly evolving electric and gas utility sectors, with a vision for innovating energy-related products and services and an extensive knowledge of customer experience. He focuses a behavioral lens on energy consumers and takes a holistic view of utility markets, disruptive technologies, and new business models. A nationally recognized speaker on energy technology, product innovation, policy and society, and customer experience strategy, Matthew has spoken at conferences for Edison Electric Institute, American Gas Association, American Public Power Association, and National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, among others. He has also authored articles on Energy Central, American Gas magazine, and FierceEnergy, and his work has been cited in The Wall Street Journal, Intelligent Utility magazine, and other respected publications. Closely tied to the cleantech community, Matthew serves as a department chair for the Energy Fellows Institute, a regional chair for the Cleantech Open, and an advisor to early-stage energy-related start-ups. He holds an MA in environmental management from Duke University and a BA from Cornell University.

Tia Hensler Heath

Vice President, Research

Tia Hensler Heath and her team are responsible for E Source's research content in emerging technology, demand-side management, customer experience, marketing and industry benchmarking, and market surveys. She brings more than 20 years of research experience in the global energy sector to her position and has expertise in all aspects of market intelligence. Over the years, Tia has conducted extensive energy industry research with residential and business market participants across the globe. She enjoys analyzing and interpreting data to help organizations better understand and interact with the markets they serve. Tia's professional background includes working for a large market research supplier, an electric utility in the southwestern US, and an international energy and commodity information provider. She holds an MA in consumer economics and a BA in economics from Purdue University.

Mike Hildebrand

Vice President, Consulting Solutions

Mike leads the consulting team that delivers timely, best-practice, and actionable consulting solutions to E Source members in such areas as demand-side management, customer experience, marketing, and account management. Having a deep understanding of business customers and those who serve them, he has consulted with many utilities to help create business call centers, restructure account management organizations, implement robust business segmentation modeling, optimize resources, and improve the business customer experience. Mike has broad and tenured experience in the energy industry, having been responsible for corporate strategic planning, business customer strategy, and new-product development efforts at both regulated and non-regulated utilities. Before joining E Source, he worked with Integrys Energy Group, which comprises six midwestern utility companies, including Wisconsin Public Service in Green Bay and Peoples Gas in Chicago. At Integrys, he was responsible for creating and managing the customer experience and strategy for business customers of all sizes. Mike holds a BA in business administration and a BS in computer science from the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh. 

Judy Lindenmeyer

Vice President, Finance

Judy Lindenmeyer oversees financial operations for the business. She joined E Source as a bookkeeper while she was pursuing an MS in accounting at Colorado University in Denver. After completing her degree, she was promoted to controller and then to director of finance for the company. Before joining E Source, Judy worked for Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy and as accounting manager there, helped to grow the organization from 1 to 12 multistate locations. She began her career as a bookkeeper for Wild Oats Markets. In addition to her MS, Judy has a BA in biology from Hartwick College and is a licensed CPA with a Chartered Global Management Accountant designation.

Mike Smith

Vice President, Marketing & Sales

Mike is responsible for leading the strategic direction of the marketing and sales teams and tasked with ensuring E Source’s continued growth and success. He is a 25-year veteran of the utility smart grid, IT, automation, information services, and media business. Before joining E Source, Mike was vice president of the Utility Analytics Institute, where he led product and business development efforts as well as growth of the division. Prior to that position, he was vice president of Sierra Energy Group, the research and analysis division of Energy Central. He has led initiatives that have been at the forefront of utility technology developments, including founding the industry’s first dedicated publication (Power Grid International) and leading numerous research and forum initiatives. Mike holds a BA in economics from San Jose State University and is a veteran of the US Army (Captain, Infantry).