Access to portable power is a huge problem across industries and in our daily lives. SolePower's goals are to give a power boost to the electronics that we rely on everyday, and to create "unplugged" new tech that never dies. Portable tech can be powered solely by a person moving, and SolePower is enabling it.
SolePower is supported by the US Army and the National Science Foundation. Our founders are Forbes 30 under 30 in Energy, and demoed twice at the White House for creating technology with a global impact. The patented SolePower EnSoles received the 2014 Invention of the Year Award from Popular Science.
Interested in joining the team? We look for engineers, business developers, and entrepreneurs that are collaborative, ambitious, and passionate about our technology and our goals. Check out our job openings here. Send your resume and something interesting about yourself to email@example.com.
Former CEO of Sima Products and Consumer Electronics Board member, Ilana is the Director of AlphaLab Gear, the hardware-focused extension of the nationally ranked AlphaLab accelerator.
Don is a passionate entrepreneur who has a long history of holding executive roles and taking businesses to higher levels. Examples include: American Eagle, Sundance, and Bear Creek.
Rob is a proven professional with demonstrated successes in entrepreneurial culture, coupled with over 20 years experience ranging from manufacturing, Silicon Valley start-ups and large multi-plant public companies.
Jeff has extensive experience in innovation, corporate strategy, manufacturing and energy technologies, and operations – in both early stage and Fortune 500 companies.
Laura has a diverse amount of sales, brand management, and business operations experience that has been acquired through a variety of professional roles.
Oliver Krengel, Washington University
Mechanical Engineering Intern, Summer 2014
Hannah Salinas, Carnegie Mellon University
Industrial Design Intern, Summer 2015
Sachel Sengupta, Carnegie Mellon University
Business Development Intern, Summer 2013
Adam Pinson, Carnegie Mellon University
Electrical Engineering Intern, Summer 2013