Novato, CA, July 25, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Kim A. Carpico graduated from University of Miami in 2009 with two bachelor degrees, Political Science and Environmental Science & Policy, and was then chosen to work in Security, Compliance and International Funding for the Clinton Foundation in Boston, MA.
She was later hired as the Environmental Program Manager for a Certified Green commercial construction company in South Florida. Kim then pursued her Master’s Degree in Renewable Energy Science & Engineering from Háskólin Íslands in Iceland. During her time there she worked with the Iceland Geothermal Cluster to develop a Sustainable Geothermal Resource Park for the community, companies and other industries to utilize geothermal waste heat as their power source. After moving back to Northern California she worked for a local solar company before joining the sales team at SolarCraft.
Jenise Granvold graduated in 2013 from CSU East Bay with a BS in Business Administration, earning concentrations in Corporate Management and Supply Chain Management. Since, she has gained multifaceted solar experienced including nonprofit management at Solar Sonoma County, solar sales with Pathways Energy, and installations with GRID Alternatives.
Jenise is a 2015 Fellow of the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy, serves as the Chair of the Santa Rosa Junior College Solar PV Advisory Committee, and serves as a member of the Center for Climate Protection Solar Committee.
SolarCraft, a 100% Employee Owned Company, is one of the most trusted and experienced solar energy contractors in California. This certified Green Business has been providing high quality solar electrical, solar pool heating and solar water heating services to homeowners and businesses for over 30 years. With more than 6,000 satisfied customers and over 3 million square feet of solar collectors installed, SolarCraft is committed to Quality Design, Quality Materials and Customer Service. www.solarcraft.com