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Brad Eisenberg is a process improvement expert wired to build efficient systems and grow companies utilizing lean development principles. Throughout his time with greeNEWit, Brad has used these skills to drastically increase operational efficiency, ensure quality results for customers, and create a culture of data driven decision making.

As greeNEWit’s Chief Operating Officer, Brad oversees day to day operations of the company. His primary focus is keeping greeNEWit’s business lines and support departments running as efficiently as possible by breaking down impediments, continually improving systems, and supporting team members.

Brad’s systems thinking approach has led to increased transparency and reporting on all facets of greeNEWit’s performance, allowing key performance metrics to drive company decisions. Brad has also led the company in implementing lean methodologies in the development of new products, opportunities, and ideas by focusing on experimentation and validated learning.

An entrepreneur himself, Brad founded the nation’s first stationless bike sharing system before starting with greeNEWit where he gained first hand experience running every aspect of a company from product development to accounting to legal to marketing.

Brad started with greeNEWit in 2009 and has served many roles as greeNEWit has grown. In addition to leading the company’s operations and development, Brad also assists with employee and client training, including the Energy Adviser training program that he developed and delivers to utility companies across the nation. Past roles have included residential energy auditor, multifamily energy retrofit crew lead, field operations manager, technical operations manager, software development manager, and Director of Development.

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