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President and Chief Executive Officer
Tom Werner serves as SunPower's president and chief executive officer, and as chairman of the SunPower board of directors. Prior to joining SunPower, he held the position of chief executive officer of Silicon Light Machines, Inc., an optical solutions subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation. Previously, Werner was vice president and general manager of the Business Connectivity Group of 3Com Corp., a network solutions company, and has also held a number of executive management positions at Oak Industries, Inc., and General Electric Co. He currently serves as a board member of Cree, Inc., Silver Spring Networks, Silicon Valley Leadership Group, and is a member of the Marquette University board of trustees. Werner holds a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Marquette University and a master's degree in business administration from George Washington University.
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Lisa Bodenstiner serves as executive vice president and general counsel for SunPower Corp., where she leads the company's global legal organization. Prior to joining SunPower, Bodensteiner was general counsel, project development at First Solar where she was instrumental in creating the company's project pipeline, and drove significant acquisitions. Previously, Bodensteiner served as executive vice president, general counsel and secretary at OptiSolar where she led the effort to sell its project development business to First Solar. Bodensteiner has extensive power industry experience, including more than a decade at Calpine serving in various legal related roles such as executive vice president, general counsel, secretary and chief compliance officer. She earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Reno, and a JD from Santa Clara University.
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Charles (Chuck) D. Boynton serves as executive vice president and chief financial officer for SunPower Corp., where he leads the company's treasury, project finance, investor relations, financial planning, accounting and corporate development organizations. Previously, he was the company's vice president of corporate finance and corporate development, with global responsibility for finance, planning and analysis and leading strategic investments, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining SunPower, Boynton was chief financial officer for ServiceSource International, where he was responsible for all aspects of finance, accounting, legal and facilities. Boynton also held the position as chief financial officer at Intelliden where he drove finance, legal, IT, human resources and professional services. Earlier in his career, Boynton held key financial positions at Commerce One, Inc., Kraft Foods, Inc. and Grant Thornton, LLP, and is a current member of the board of trustees of the San Jose Technology Museum of Innovation. Boynton was a certified public accountant, State of Illinois, and a Member FEI, Silicon Valley Chapter. He earned his MBA at Northwestern University and his Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University.
Senior Vice President, CAO, and Head of Global Residential & Light Commercial Operations & Finance
Eric Branderiz serves as SunPower senior vice president, corporate controller and chief accounting officer, responsible for all financial accounting, financial reporting, accounting and customer global shared services, regional controllership, regional planning and global business finance manufacturing operations. Concurrent with his existing responsibilities, Branderiz also leads the global operations and finance organization for the residential and light commercial business, and is responsible for driving global order management and fulfillment, as well as product offering design and optimization. Previously, he was vice president and corporate controller for the company. Prior to that, Branderiz served as vice president, corporate controller, treasurer and head of subsidy business operations for the Knowledge Learning Corporation (KLC), where he was responsible of all accounting, external reporting, internal controls, and treasury activities. Prior to KLC, he served in various positions at Spansion, Inc., including as the corporate vice president, corporate finance & corporate controller, where he drove the company's financial accounting, financial reporting, global manufacturing cost accounting, worldwide sales and marketing finance, global shared accounting services and analysis, corporate treasury and tax. Early in his career, Branderiz held various positions at Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Ernst & Young, LLP, and the Provincial Branch of Consumer & Corporate Affairs and Treasury Departments in Canada. Branderiz is a Certified Public Accountant and earned a Business Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta, Canada.
Chief Operating Officer
As SunPower's Chief Operating Office, Marty Neese is responsible for leading SunPower's global strategic operations and worldwide materials sourcing, and cell and module research and development. He brings more than 25 years of experience driving cost effective, scalable manufacturing processes and policies. Most recently, Neese held the position of executive vice president, worldwide operations, for Flextronics International. Prior to that, he was executive vice president, operations at Solectron Corp., where he was responsible for the daily cost, quality, delivery, and end-to-end supply chain optimization and performance for customers who were partnered with the company. Previously, Neese held the positions of vice president, worldwide program management and sales operations at Sanmina-SCI Corp., and director, business development for Jabil Circuit Co. He also served in the U.S. Army for five years, reaching the rank of Captain. Neese is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He received his master's degree in business administration from the University of Florida.
Executive Vice President, Administration
Douglas J. Richards serves as SunPower's executive vice president, administration. In this role, he is responsible for leading all Human Resources (HR) initiatives, Information Technology (IT), Environment, Health and Safety services and the company's facilities organizations worldwide. Prior to joining SunPower, Richards was vice president of human resources and administration for SelectBuild, a $1.8 billion wholly owned subsidiary of BMHC, a company that serves 19 of the top 25 high-volume builders. Previously, he held strategic positions at BlueArc, Compaq Computer Corp and Apple Computer, Inc. Richards has more than 21 years of experience developing and driving key HR programs for Fortune 100 companies and venture-backed startups. He graduated from California State University, Chico, with a B.A. in public administration.
Howard Wenger serves as SunPower president, regions and is responsible for the company's global residential, commercial, utilities and power plants business, including sales, business development, customer operations, sales and finance operations, and engineering, procurement and construction. Wenger also serves as president of SunPower Corporation, Systems, the company's turn-key power systems group. Previously, he was SunPower president, utility and power plant (UPP), and from 2007 through 2009, Wenger served as president, global business units, where he helped grow SunPower's sales more than 500 percent. Prior to the company's acquisition of PowerLight Corporation in 2007, Wenger held positions at PowerLight as executive vice president and a member of its board, and as vice president, North American Business, for AstroPower, Inc (acquired by General Electric.) During his career in the solar and utility power field, Wenger has authored dozens of papers and public policies to mainstream solar power and developed software programs and tools still in use today. Wenger holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an M.S. in Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder.