Jon Doochin

Jon DoochinJon graduated Harvard Business School and Harvard College, where he graduated with high honors in psychology and economics. Before leaving college, Doochin had started and run a motivational speaking program centered on children with learning disabilities, a Ferrari brokerage, an office supply and recycling company that focused on fundraising for not-for-profit, and cofound the Leadership Institute at Harvard College. After college, Doochin spent two years at McKinsey & Company consulting businesses on strategy. Following McKinsey, Doochin moved to Clark Realty Capital in DC where he ran a financial services company, co-founded a venture capital group, and co-founded an energy services company focused on renewable generation and energy efficiency. As co-founder of the energy firm, he assembled and co-led a multi-company team that was awarded a contract to perform up to $5 billion of energy upgrades and renewable energy development for the federal government. Doochin later worked as a Senior Advisor at the Department of Energy. In his spare time, he was a teaching fellow for 80 students in Positive Psychology at Harvard. Currently, Doochin serves as CEO of a clean tech firm in Kendal.