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Executives

11

Board of Directors

5

SoloPower Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

SoloPower has 5 board of directors, including Bjã¸rge Gretland.

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Bjã¸rge Gretland

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Daniel Gross

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John Cavalier

Experienced Director Board Of Directors with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Strong business development professional skilled in Management, Software as a Service (SaaS), Start-ups, Lead Generation, and Strategic Planning.

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Michael Cooke

Michael has served as ICS’s CFO since 2020. Michael’s focus is on delivering timely and accurate financial information to company leaders so that they can invest more of their time on improving customer experience. Prior to joining ICS, Michael held various financial and operational leadership roles in service-based businesses. Michael began his career in investment banking and private equity investing. He has earned an MBA in Finance and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Michael lives with his wife and two daughters in New Jersey and works primarily out ICS’s Endicott headquarters.

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Paolo Pietrogrande

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Name

Bjã¸rge Gretland

Daniel Gross

John Cavalier

Michael Cooke

Paolo Pietrogrande

Firm

Work History

Experienced Director Board Of Directors with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Strong business development professional skilled in Management, Software as a Service (SaaS), Start-ups, Lead Generation, and Strategic Planning.

Michael has served as ICS’s CFO since 2020. Michael’s focus is on delivering timely and accurate financial information to company leaders so that they can invest more of their time on improving customer experience. Prior to joining ICS, Michael held various financial and operational leadership roles in service-based businesses. Michael began his career in investment banking and private equity investing. He has earned an MBA in Finance and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Michael lives with his wife and two daughters in New Jersey and works primarily out ICS’s Endicott headquarters.

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SoloPower Management Team

11 Team Members

SoloPower has 11 executives. SoloPower's former Chief Executive Officer is Timothy Harris.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Timothy Harris

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Paolo Pietrogrande

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Homayoun Talieh

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Bruce M. Khouri

President

Former

Sanjay Arora

Chief Financial Officer

Former

Name

Timothy Harris

Paolo Pietrogrande

Homayoun Talieh

Bruce M. Khouri

Sanjay Arora

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Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

President

Chief Financial Officer

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Former

Former

Former

Former

Former

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