Newburyport CleanTech Center Announces New Members of the Board of Directors

By: Newburyport Cleantech Center
May 17, 2013 - PRLog -- Newburyport CleanTech Center Announces New Members of the Board of Directors
NEWBURYPORT, MA – The Board of Directors of the CleanTech Center (NCTC) has expanded during recent months to enhance the organization’s capacity to address the evolving needs of entrepreneurs in the clean tech marketplace. The new board members are committed to supporting sustainable economic development which is core to what  the emerging and growing clean tech companies deliver via new products and services delivered by individuals in new jobs  and positions.  The new board members who bring a diversity of skills, talents and backgrounds to supporting the growth of the Center are:

Marci Booth of Portland, ME – NCTC Treasurer - President of Booth Maine
Scott Bowden of Newburyport, MA  - Business Development Manager of Solectria Renewables
Sarah Holden of Newburyport, MA – NCTC Clerk – Owner of Fishbone Project Management
Ray Nippes of Newburyport, MA – Vice President of Bixby International
Tom Strickler of Newbury, MA – Representative for New England Securities and Financial Advisor with Baystate Financial
Greg Whelan of Newburyport, MA – Principal at Greywale Management

These leaders join the current board which includes Bob Obrien – NCTC president and directors Art Currier, Mark Friery, Jill Haley Murphy and David MacDougall.

About the Newburyport CleanTech Center
The Newburyport CleanTech Center is a resource center for sustainable innovation and initiatives in the clean technology marketplace. We focus on the commercialization and use of sustainable products and services and the job growth that accompanies it.
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