CleanSpark, Inc., a diversified software and services company announced that it has recently added Rachel Silverstein and Owen Cadwalader to its management team. Mrs. Silverstein is former Corporate Counsel at Zappos, a company owned by Amazon, Inc. Silverstein’s role at CleanSpark is to serve as the Vice President of Compliance and General Counsel where she will be assisting in compliance, mergers and acquisitions, as well as all general legal matters. Mr. Cadwalader was most recently an executive with Molekule, a clean-air technology company. Prior to Molekule, Owen served as VP/Co-founder of OptiRTC a cloud software platform for smart water management. As VP of Operations, Cadwalader will oversee product delivery, customer experience, and help align multiple virtual office teams to further streamline operations.
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These are the first significant additions to the team as part of a larger growth plan following the Company’s recent $40M institutional investment. CleanSpark has stated that it intends to focus on growth through accretive opportunities and expansion of the Company’s product offerings, in addition to adding to sales and marketing efforts. CleanSpark expects to add to its existing professional engineering teams in addition to sales and business development personnel.
CleanSpark Adds New VP and General Counsel from Zappos
Zachary Bradford, CleanSpark’s CEO said, “We are very excited to have Mrs. Silverstein join the management team as it will provide increased efficiencies in all areas of our operations and compliance. We expect that by adding such experienced inside General Counsel we can streamline many processes and procedures, ultimately creating greater value for all stakeholders.” Bradford then added, “Mr. Cadwalader’s experience should begin to pay dividends to CleanSpark almost immediately. Previously, as VP/Co-founder of OptiRTC, Owen developed an expertise in monitoring and adaptive control of stormwater systems which makes him a great fit for CleanSpark’s energy control technology. Essentially, critical water flow is managed through opening and closing water distribution valves and systems, similarly electrical energy is controlled by opening and closing critical circuit breakers.”
Matthew Schultz, CleanSpark’s recently-named Executive Chairman stated, “We expect these additions to represent the beginning of a new phase for the Company that will feature personnel expansion, product enhancements, and strategic acquisitions. We recently announced the development of the GridFabric SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) option, and plan to soon provide an EaaS (Energy-as-a-Service) offering as well. These initiatives will be supported by additional staff on the CleanSpark product and sales teams and through CleanSpark’s wholly owned subsidiaries.”
CleanSpark recently participated in Solar Power International, part of Smart Energy Week, where the Company’s CTO Amanda Kabak was featured as a Presenter. CEO Zachary Bradford also provided additional updates to investors on the company’s funding via a presentation through the RenMark Investor Roadshow
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