Steve Davey

Chief Executive Officer, Fiberight Global Holdings.

Steve Davey

Mr. Davey has experience in sales, business development, and senior management in different industries including specialty chemicals, and industrial biotechnology. Previously, Mr. Davey was employed by Royal DSM as Vice President of the Bio-based Products & Services Group, and was responsible for U.S. operations for DSM’s bio-based portfolio. Previously, Mr. Davey served as Chief Operating Officer of Zymetis, Inc. (acquired by Aemetis, Inc. in 2011) (“Zymetis”), a biotechnology company developing products for the bio-refining and biotechnology industries. Prior to joining Zymetis, Mr. Davey held various roles at the specialty chemicals firm, W.R. Grace, Inc., beginning his career in process engineering and continuing in a series of positions in marketing, sales, business development and in senior management. Mr. Davey has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware and a MBA from Loyola University of Maryland.

Craig Stuart-Paul

Founder and Executive Vice President, Fiberight Global Holdings.
Chief Executive Officer, Fiberight LLC

Craig Stuart-Paul

Mr. Stuart-Paul has been involved in the science, operations and management of the recycling business for almost two decades, starting with the formation of Resource Recovery of Maryland in 1994. This business focused on processing recycled glass into furnace-ready material for the glass container industry. Mr. Stuart-Paul was involved in the early stages of the use of optical sorting technologies for contaminant removal. In 1996, he formed Fairfax Recycling, Inc. (“Fairfax”), a company that recycled residential materials collected in central Maryland and Northern Virginia. Mr. Stuart-Paul built Fairfax into a large regional recycling center, processing over 150,000 tons of recycled materials annually before the business was sold to a Fortune 50 company in 2004. Mr. Stuart-Paul then formed Atlantic Recycling Technologies, LLC and Fiberight LLC to develop advanced fiber recovery and alternative fuel technologies. With this expertise, Mr. Stuart- Paul has also advised design-and-build teams for several large recycling plants in the United States and Europe, that collectively process over 350,000 tons per year of wastes.

Nick Thompson

Vice President, Technology, Fiberight Global Holdings.

Nick Thompson

Mr. Thompson has worked in a variety of manufacturing sectors including food, chemicals and building materials for over 30 years. Mr. Thompson has had direct project management responsibility for plant startup and rapid deployment of technology at Knauf LTD as Operations Director. Mr. Thompson also has experience relating to business process re- engineering activities primarily focused on capital investment programs as the CEO of Excel Industries. During this time, Mr. Thompson has worked on a number of initiatives involving both the development and implementation of new technologies and the introduction of recycled materials in established manufacturing processes. Mr. Thompson holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Bath, United Kingdom. Mr. Thompson owns 50% of Fiberight, Ltd. The other 50% of Fiberight, Ltd. is owned by Fiberight LLC.

Alan Iantosca

Vice President, Engineering & Projects, Fiberight LLC.

Alan Iantosca

Mr. Iantosca has over 30 years of experience in the chemicals process, power and the water/waste water industries. Before Fiberight, Mr. Iantosca was the Global Vice President of Business Development for the BOC Group (“BOC”), where he was responsible for business development, execution and commercialization of projects in the energy market sector. Before BOC, Mr. Iantosca worked for American Ref-Fuel Company which owned and operated six energy- from-waste facilities in the northeast United States. Mr. Iantosca held the position of General Manager of their $400,000,000 Resource Recovery Facility in New Jersey. Mr. Iantosca was Head of Engineering and Environmental for a United Kingdom joint venture company and held various management and engineering positions including project manager, project engineer, process engineer, and operations line manager with American Ref-Fuel and prior to that, Air Products and Chemicals. Mr. Iantosca holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University.

Richard C Faint, Jr.

Chief Financial Officer, Fiberight Global Holdings.

Richard C. Faint, Jr.

Mr. Rick Faint is Chief Financial Officer of Fiberight. He is a reformed lawyer who has been a serial entrepreneur for 35 years. During his career as both a CFO and CEO of public and private companies, Faint has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, public and private corporate finance, financial management, and marketing, sales and operations of technology, health care, manufacturing and real estate businesses. Faint was CFO of the Long Term Care division of TheraTx during its IPO in 1994 and CEO of Sequoia Software during its IPO in 2001. Included in his entrepreneurial finance experience are the two IPO’s mentioned above, an MBO from Loral Corporation and M&A and private equity transactions involving Citrix Systems, Viacom, Bostik (a subsidiary of Total S.A.), Warburg Pincus, Baker Capital, Core Capital and Anthem Capital. He began his professional career at Gebhardt & Smith where he became partner and practiced law with specialties in real estate and telecommunications. He received a B.S. degree in accounting from Towson University, and both an M.B.A. and J.D. from the University of Baltimore.

Carl K

Vice President, Head Corporate Development and Asset Management, Fiberight Global Holdings

Carl F. Knowlton

Mr. Knowlton is a senior finance professional with an extensive track record of success originating infrastructure investment in the utility, transportation and project finance sectors. In this capacity, Mr. Knowlton financed numerous waste-to-energy facilities including landfill gas, mass burn, and biomass plants. Prior to joining Fiberight, Mr. Knowlton was a Managing Director at John Hancock Financial Services where he sourced, analyzed, structured and negotiated utility, project finance and renewable investment efforts across all power generation technologies. Before his tenure at John Hancock, Mr. Knowlton was a Senior Vice President at the New York City Economic Development Corporation leading the New York City Industrial Development Agency’s efforts to promote economic growth in each of New York City’s five boroughs. Previously, Mr. Knowlton was a critical member of the Public Power Team at Credit Suisse. Mr. Knowlton received a B.S. from the United States Military Academy, an M.B.A. from Northeastern University and is a CFA Charterholder and an Accredited Financial Analyst®.