Trevor Neilson
Trevor Neilson is co-founder, Chairman and CEO of WasteFuel, a next-generation fuel company that develops low-carbon biofuels from waste. Previously, he served as co-founder and CEO of i(x) investments, a leading impact-investing platform. Neilson continues to serve as chairman of the firm. Named by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader, Neilson served in the White House during the Clinton administration and served on the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre International Advisory Network. Other posts have included co-founder at the Global Philanthropy Group, executive director of the Global Business Coalition, director of public affairs at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Rini Greenfield
Rini Greenfield is the founding General Partner of Rethink Food, a social impact fund investing in early-stage food technology companies. She also was a co-founder of Adaptive Management, a Tiger Management LLC fund, where she helped pioneer the use of big data analysis for fundamental long-term investments. With over a decade of experience investing in technology and consumer companies, she has deep relationships with technologists, operators and investors worldwide.
Phillip Bayt
Phillip Bayt, former Chief Managing Partner for the Indianapolis law firm Ice Miller, practiced in the firm’s Real Estate Group. He brings extensive experience in commercial real estate, gaming, finance, development, joint ventures, real estate funds, real estate taxes, workouts and foreclosures, construction law and leasing. He’s represented both for-profit and non-profit clients in significant commercial transactions.
Ron Sznaider

Ron Sznaider brings more than 20 years of experience in global cloud, environmental and software technologies. He is the founder and president of Sznaider Consulting LLC, which provides expert business advisory services. He also serves as vice chairman at DTN, the independent and trusted sourced of actionable insights for millions of customers focused on feeding, fueling and protecting the world. Additionally, Mr. Sznaider has served as executive vice present at Telvent and senior vice president at Schneider Electric. He has vast experience with mergers, acquisitions and divestments, including a $1 billion private equity transaction.