Dana is Vice President of Product and Energy Markets at Voltus, a leading provider of demand response and energy management solutions focused on helping customers find double bottom line opportunities by using less energy to save money.
Before Voltus, Dana led corporate development and go-to-market strategies at Ambri, an MIT spinout company commercializing batteries for large-scale energy storage on the electric grid. Prior to that she was the Director of Energy Markets at EnerNOC, where she led the team responsible for the profitable management of the company's global demand response energy portfolio management and day-to-day energy market execution.
Dana grew up in New York City and holds a Master of Engineering Management ('08) and Bachelor of Engineering in mechanical engineering ('07) from Thayer School, and a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College ('06). At Thayer School, she was one of first members of the Formula Hybrid student team, which is now fully integrated with Dartmouth Formula Racing.