Senior Vice President, Energy Strategy

Brian draws upon his extensive experience in the energy sector to guide Stream customers through the complex nuances of commodity electricity procurement, demand response, discussions with regulated utilities and more. His in-depth understanding of this dynamic industry, including renewable sources, provides Stream customers with a valuable advantage as they weigh their energy options for both near-term and long-term impact.

Before joining Stream, Brian served in leadership roles with Green Mountain Energy, including supporting renewable energy programs for Portland General Electric and Florida Power & Light. He has also consulted on national projects supporting the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts from George Washington University and an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin.

Education & Designations

  • MBA – University of Texas – McCombs School of Business
  • Bachelor of Arts – The George Washington University

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