About the Company > Principals

Jay Whelan, Founder and CEO
Jay Whelan's experience working with top management spans more than 20 years. Previously a Partner at Accenture, Jay is a recognized leader in business management – full supply chain execution processes for business and the community.

Prior to founding The Green RevolutionTM, Jay started and served as the President of Ridgefield, Connecticut’s "Ridgefield Action Committee for the Environment" (RACE). A 2008 Recipient of Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell's "Climate Change Leadership Award," Jay's commitment to the environment can be seen in all facets of his life.

Jay received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, a MBA from Boston College, and is completing his PhD in International Business (January, 2009) from Warren National University.

Mike Curnyn, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer
Mike has more than 20 years of Information and Marketing experience. Prior to joining The Green Revolution Inc.™, Mike was an Executive Director of Global Strategy and Innovation with AstraZeneca. In this role Mike was responsible for driving business growth through sales & marketing innovation using technology as an enabler. Mike earned his B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an MBA in Business Strategy and Marketing from Villanova University.

May Lee, CFO
Prior to joining The Green Revolution™, May was a Director, Team Leader of Finance at Pfizer, Inc. where she supported the US Pharmaceuticals business. During her 16 years at Pfizer, she worked with the marketing, sales and headquarters groups with responsibilities in financial planning and analysis. May has experience managing the annual business planning process, developing financial processes, evaluating external deals, forecasting and pricing. She received a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Mark Sternberg, Chief Operations and Technology Officer
Mark is a 3rd generation Union Millwright. During his 22 year career, Mark held various positions that include Superintendent, Foreman, Union Representative and Mechanic. He has worked on many large-scale projects, including handling numerous utility power generation outages, bulk material handling installations and Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation projects. Mark graduated from The New York City Labor Technical College after attending Iona College.