Early Insights Through Corporate Work - Jonah Greenberger, Tina Seelig (STVP fellowship alumni)


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Bright Co-Founder Jonah Greenberger explains how taking a job at a large corporation before launching his solar-energy startup provided valuable industry experience and insights into how initiatives are executed at scale. Before Bright, he directed Chevron Energy Solutions, and appeared as part of a panel moderated by Tina Seelig, professor of the practice in Stanford University’s Department of Management Science & Engineering.

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