Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tom Schryver is CFO of e2e Materials, a leading venture-backed clean tech company. e2e's proprietary biocomposites are biodegradable, 100% natural with zero toxins, and provide superior strengths at lower weights than toxin-laden wood composites.
Schryver has extensive experience providing financial and strategic services and advice to technology transfer startups. His most recent role was as vice president, finance and operations at Novomer, a green materials company commercializing innovative polymer technology developed at Cornell University. Prior to Novomer, he was director of finance for the Triad Foundation, where he was responsible for overseeing all financial operations of the Foundation, including accounting, audit, and investing the Foundation's $250 million portfolio.
Tom Schryver's comments are from the panel discussion entitled Investing in the New Economy: The Changing Landscape and its Funding Models from Entrepreneurship at Cornell's Celebration event in April 2010.
Schryver has an AB from Cornell University and an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Watch the clips.
Posted by Manuel Lora at 1:23 PM