Gordon M. Boyd
Gordon Boyd employs a background in policy and business leadership to identify leading edge opportunities in the marketplace, and assist clients in adapting to changing regulatory conditions. He previously developed energy and environmental programs for the New York State Legislature, and chaired the Environmental Committee of the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He has an A.B. from Hamilton College.
Gene Salerni, Ph.D.
Gene Salerni brings a strong technical and analytic background in energy and utility systems to help clients stabilize and secure savings. His data management and performance tracking approaches help customers plan and execute the most optimal strategy available. He has chaired a technical committee of a national professional association, and holds a Ph.D. in energy technology and policy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Anna M. Baluyot
Anna M. Baluyot has over 20 years of extensive experience in the energy industry. This background constitutes broad knowledge ranging from utility engineering and operations and wholesale energy trading, to energy efficiency and demand response solutions for end-use clients. In her past role as an alternative energy supplier, Ms. Baluyot structured and negotiated commodity products and renewable bundled options to the governmental, industrial, and institutional sectors. Additionally, Ms. Baluyot has vast experience in the electricity aggregation business, successfully creating value for 40 communities in Illinois. She holds a B.S. from Loyola University of Chicago, and an MPA from Indiana University.
David C. Wiers
Satori Energy’s President David Wiers has participated in many deregulated markets from their inception, and has shared his expertise at many conferences and forums, advocating electricity deregulation and representing third-party aggregators, brokers and consultants (ABC) channels. Based in Chicago, Wiers is also a founding member and initial President of the Texas Energy Professionals Association (TEPA). In 2007, he founded the Illinois Energy Professionals Association (ILEPA), similar to the Texas organization. Wiers has a B.A. degree from Carthage College.
Joanne Foresta leads EnergyNext's sales and customer relations efforts. Joanne is a lifelong creative entrepreneur, including managing her own firm for 25 years in New York City’s Garment District before relocating to Saratoga Springs. She has a B.S. in marketing from St. John’s University.
Elliott Easton applies his expertise in energy supply procurement and efficiency to special projects at EnergyNext, including higher education clients. He previously helped author the State University of New York’s sustainability policy and helped manage SUNY’s Energy Buying Group. He holds a B.S. in Geography from San Francisco State University.