Founder & CEO, Ph.D.

As CEO, Martha has led WattzOn’s buildout of the industry-leading technology platform for utility bill data, and to the launch of a second business unit, GLINT.AI, that leverages WattzOn’s machine learning system for automatic data extraction for other industries.

Martha is the author of several books, numerous papers and several patents. She holds a Ph.D. in Applied Economics from MIT. She is a member of the Executive Board of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, the MIT Sloan Visiting Committee, a Senior Fellow at the Milken Institute, and the boards of Growth Sector and Every Voice Engaged.


Vice President Engineering & Chief Data Scientist

As Vice President of Engineering, Sandra leads WattzOn’s software development team, ensuring rapid iteration and releases using agile software development. Previously Sandra was VP of Engineering at a number of startups. She has also been in engineering management at AT&T Bell Labs, Aurigin and AT&T Labs.

As Chief Data Scientist, Sandra invented WattzOn’s GLINT machine learning system, product, which extracts data trapped in complex documents. In addition, Sandra built WattzOn’s library of machine learning algorithms to exploit smart meter, solar, thermostat, and other highly-granular data. 



A global leader at the intersection of solar and finance. CEO or First Solar Finance and co-founder of Certain Solar and Enter-Pacte; all focused on the integration of financing and solar. Formerly SVP at Solar City and won the SEIA Innovator award for his work on the solar lease.


Former Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewables at the U.S. Department of Energy, former Director of the Department of Environmental Quality, Oregon. Co-founder and first President of the U.S. Green Building Council. Now a speaker and consultant.



Co-founder of WattzOn and noted cleantech entrepreneur and MacArthur Genius Fellow. Now CEO of OtherLabs. Check out Saul’s appearance on The Colbert Report.


Former Dean of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and former member of the Council of Economic Advisors. Now Emeritus at MIT.