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Founders And Advisors

Slava Agafonov (Founder)

Slava Agafonov is accomplished engineer and data scientist with 12 years of experience in designing and scaling enterprise software. With more than 7 years Microsoft in AI Core group. Viacheslav holds two master degrees Computer Science honor degree from Kharkov Aerospace University in Ukraine and MBA from University of Washington. Slava has a customer obsession award from Microsoft AI Core and also a fellow in Element 8 (E8) clean-tech angel group.

Devin Mackenzie (Advisor)

Devin MacKenzie is a Washington Research Foundation Associate Professor of Clean Energy, Materials Science & Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. He is also Technical Director of the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds. MacKenzie has founded and led five printed and flexible electronics startup companies and holds over 110 patents and publications. He received the Global Cleantech 100 Award and led Imprint Energy to be recognized as one of the 50 Smartest Companies by The MIT Technology Review.


Mike Kennewick (Advisor)

Mike Kennewick is northwest native with over 17 years experience in the Seattle start-up community. In 2001, Mike co-founded VoiceBox Technologies.  Voicebox, and SVP of Cloud Technologies based in Bellevue, Washington, has developed a VoiceAI platform used in home and IoT devices, as well as connected cars ($82 million cash acquisition). Mike has computer science degree from University of Puget Sound and MBA from University of Washington


Doug Morris (Advisor)

Doug Morris, CEO and Founder, has over 30 years experience in the telecommunications, components, battery, and energy storage industry.  Doug has been awarded 5 patents and holds a Bachelors Degree in Physics from Sonoma State University. 


Chetan Kulkarni (Advisor)

Chetan S. Kulkarni is a Senior Research Scientist at the Prognostics Center of Excellence and the Diagnostics and Prognostics Group in the Intelligent Systems Division at NASA Ames Research Center.