Drive Zero was born from a business school competition at the University of Washington, where it was a finalist. It is participant in the 2018 Clean Tech Alliance Business Accelerator Program.
‘Hailing originally from Salisbury, England, Tom’s early years were spent farming, traveling and flying helicopters. After schooling in Landscape Design from Sparsholt College Tom has spent 22 years in the landscape industry in the Seattle area, with a focus on sustainable landscape management practices education. Tom is based on Bainbridge Island with his family, and in his spare time enjoys kayaking and playing rugby. He is excited by the potential of Drive Zero to champion forest restoration and beautify urban landscapes.
Isaac has extensive experience in the design of carbon policy at the state level. Specifically, advising on the issue of CleanTech incentives and investment in new technology solutions to reduce emissions. He is a a graduate of the University of Washington, Michael G. Foster School of Business Executive Leadership Development Program, where he and his team developed and first presented the Drive Zero concept. Isaac believes in the opportunity to leapfrog politics and bring tools directly to consumers which enable them to take charge and be the carbon action which they seek.
Mike is a full stack developer specializing in web, mobile and API development. His previous experience includes home automation and internet of things (IoT) solutions. When he isn't coding, Mike enjoys running and philosophy. Mike has a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Creighton University (Omaha, NE) and currently lives in Seattle. He was drawn to Drive Zero because of the opportunity to have a transformational impact on the way people consume gasoline and electricity.