BOULDER, Co. – Techtonic announced this week that it has appointed Jennifer Granholm, two-time Governor and former Attorney General of Michigan as the fifth member of its Board.
In addition to two successful terms as Governor of Michigan, Granholm brings extensive relevant expertise to her new role at Techtonic. Currently, she leads RIDGE-LANE LP’s sustainability practice as Managing Partner, teaches policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley, is a Senior Fellow at the California Institute for Energy and Environment, and serves the Berkeley Center for Information Technology Research in the Interests of Society as a Research Fellow.
Granholm’s position as Board Member at Techtonic is effective immediately.
“We are thrilled to welcome Governor Granholm to our board,” said Heather Terenzio, Founder and CEO of Techtonic. “From her proven track record of success as Governor of Michigan to her tireless dedication to driving meaningful policy in the sustainability and technology sectors, she is a tremendous addition to our team. We are lucky to have her.”
In addition to Terenzio and Techtonic Chairman Stephen Pearse, Granholm joins Ryan Craig, Managing Director at University Ventures and Laura Pinnie, Associate Director at Zoma Capital on Techtonic’s Board. As Techtonic’s newest board representative, Granholm lends the Boulder-based firm her counsel as the company continues to take on new projects, establish new policies, and retain more students to its one-of-a-kind apprenticeship program.