James Waring is Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of CleanTECH San Diego. Waring previously worked for Mayor Jerry Sanders and the City of San Diego as deputy Chief Operating Officer for Land Use and Economic Development. He currently serves as a commissioner to the San Diego Housing Commission and chair of the Port of San Diego’s Committee on Energy Supply. In 2012, California Governor Jerry Brown appointed Waring to the California Transportation Commission. He was a practicing attorney for over 20 years with an emphasis in transactional negotiations. Waring holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from University of Southern California, a law degree from University of San Diego, and a master’s degree in peace and justice studies from University of San Diego.
As president of CleanTECH San Diego, Jason Anderson leads several initiatives critical to the mission of the organization, including the EDGE biofuels initiative, advocacy efforts, and economic development programs. In addition, Anderson is President & CEO of the Cleantech Education Foundation, designed to develop education and workforce development programs aligned with the mission of CleanTECH San Diego. In 2012, Anderson was appointed by the Mayor of San Diego to the City's Sustainable Energy Advisory Board (SEAB). Prior to joining CleanTECH San Diego, he served as vice president of business development for the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and, before joining EDC in 2006, worked at the Texas State Capitol as legislative director for State Senator Frank Madla. Anderson graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a bachelor's degree in corporate communications and is a 2008 graduate of LEAD San Diego.
As Communications Director for CleanTECH San Diego, Shannon Casey manages and coordinates overall corporate communications, strategic marketing, and public relations activity to raise the visibility and profile of CleanTECH San Diego and its members. Casey comes to CleanTECH San Diego from weather software start-up company EarthRisk Technologies, where she led marketing. Previously, she spent seven years as Marketing Manager at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and three years in communications and public relations at UC San Diego. Casey brings to CleanTECH San Diego a decade of experience elevating the global brand of clean technology research powerhouses UC San Diego and Scripps Oceanography, both of which are are lead members of CleanTECH San Diego. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in communications from UC San Diego.
Josh Harman, Program Manager
Marty Turock manages CleanTECH San Diego’s Greening San Diego program, which involves accelerating sustainable best practice implementation across the region including CREBs renewable energy, EECBG energy efficiency projects, and as the leader of the Regional Lighting Working Groups. Previously, Turock worked in General Electric’s Chem-Met Management Program in GE’s Engineered Materials Group. During his 20-year tenure at GE, Turock was one of the company’s top global operating managers and restructured the GE Silicones Canada division and also launched the GE Silicones Asia-Pacific division in Hong Kong. In 2001, Turock pursued his entrepreneurial spirit in his post as vice president of sales with the wireless networks pioneer, Graviton, Inc. He also led global business development for smartcard fare collection systems at Cubic Transportation Systems. Turock holds a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Princeton University.
Martha Carver Luick is CleanTECH San Diego’s Office Manager. She is responsible for all aspects impacting financial and administrative operations. She brings over 17 years experience in non-profit financial and administrative management. Her previous appointments include Fund Manager, Financial Manager as well as Administrative and Budget Analyst for the UCLA, UC San Diego and San Diego State University campuses. She is an alumnus of UCLA with degrees in Biology and Near Eastern Studies.