We envision a world where every essential mission runs on clean power, ending our over-reliance on fossil fuels.
Devin Scott is the Chief Executive Officer for Stealth Power, the mobile power company with a mission to minimize the world’s reliance on fossil fuels. Under Devin’s leadership, the company has deployed idle mitigation and hybrid power solutions for FDNY, FAA, and Customs and Border Protection.
Devin is a serial entrepreneur and former environmental and real-estate attorney with the international law firm of Graham & James. He served as CEO of American Energy Sales, an energy brokerage firm with almost 500 sales representatives nationwide and co-founded Restoration Cleaners, which was acquired in 2012.
Devin received his law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and a B.S. from Union College. Alongside his wife Karyn, Devin co-founded the charitable organization Kids In a New Groove, which provides private music mentoring and lessons free to children in foster care.
Shannon Sentell is Stealth Power’s COO, leading strategic partnerships and technology operations for the company. With deep engineering and hardware experience, Shannon is shaping the future of the idle mitigation and hybrid power market in the government, private sector, and beyond.
Prior to Stealth Power, Shannon served in the U.S. Military for 24 years, deploying to the Middle East twice. He served in several strategic-level staff positions including Senior Defense Fellow in the Office of Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Congressional Liaison Officer for the Secretary of the Army and as Legislative Advisor to the Army Chief of Staff. Most recently, Shannon was an Assistant Professor and Director of the Physics Program at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Shannon received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from West Point, a Masters in Nuclear Engineering from MIT, and a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of South Carolina. He completed his post-doctoral studies as an Army War College Fellow at the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
Rachel Charlesworth is the Chief Marketing Officer for Stealth Power. With 10 years experience in the technology sector, she has worked across automotive, consumer mobile, and financial services to drive customer growth.
Prior to joining the company, Rachel was the VP of North American Marketing at moovel, a subsidiary of Daimler/Mercedes Benz. She is also an advisor to fintech company Jiko. Rachel received her B.A. in International Relations from Lehigh University.
Bill Needles is the Sales Director for Stealth Power, the mobile power company with a mission to minimize the world’s reliance on fossil fuels. Bill drives customer relationships and you’ll most often find him on the road demonstrating the company’s latest technology.
Bill brings more than four decades of service with emergency-response agencies to Stealth Power. With Austin-Travis County EMS, Bill served as an EMT and Paramedic in numerous divisions, including Fleet and Facilities, the Motorcycle Response Unit, Communications, Field Operations and Training. Notably, Bill also served as a Senior Flight Paramedic on the StarFlight Rescue Helicopter.
Bill attended the University of Cincinnati, studying business and graduated from the Medical School Paramedic Training Program.
Tres Hill is Stealth Power’s CTO, leading the company’s development of AI-driven, hybrid energy hardware and software solutions. Tres is an expert in building low power and highly reliable embedded system designs that incorporate best practices for system stability and secure data management.
Tres has over 20 years of engineering experience, including five years with Microsoft’s OEM Engineering Services team where he was responsible for building and integrating Windows solutions into a range of vehicle hardware platforms. More recently, he developed an embedded machine learning framework as a technical lead with Arm Holdings in the IoT Services Group (ISG).
Tres received his B.A. with honors from Austin College and Ph.D. from the University of Texas in Austin.
Craig Cummings is a DoD and SME advisor for Stealth Power and General Partner of Moonshots Capital. Craig was selected by HillVets as one of the 100 most influential and impactful veterans in the United States and, in 2016, Inc. Magazine named him as one of the Top 20 Military Veteran Entrepreneurs in the US. Craig is a member of the 2016 Class of Henry Crown Fellows with the Aspen Institute.
Before his career as an entrepreneur, Craig spent 17 years in the Army, most of that time as an Intelligence Officer serving in support of the National Security Agency (NSA). Craig deployed to Afghanistan with the Joint Special Operations Command where he earned the Bronze Star. He also served as an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the Department of Social Sciences at West Point, NY.
Craig received his B.S. in Political Science from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where he was their first Truman Scholar, and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University.
Jose Figueroa is the Northeast Service Manager for Stealth Power, a company that is helping fleets reduce their carbon footprint through idle reduction and innovative tech. Jose handle operations in the region, installing and maintaining systems for FDNY and many other companies in the field.
Jose began his career as an equipment technician for a maritime construction company in Puerto Rico. He then began working on emergency vehicles in Massachusetts for one of the biggest ambulance companies in the US and was transferred to NYC to lead a group of skilled technicians. To date, he has accumulated more than 30 years of experience as a fleet services manager and has deployed by FEMA to assist in emergencies with onsite vehicle repairs. Jose graduated from the AutoMeca Technical College in Puerto Rico.
Jillian Vazquez manages partner relations and marketing activities for Stealth Power to communicate the significant strides we are making as a company and the positive impacts that occur as a result.
Jillian began her career in Event Sales and Marketing after graduating from the University of Houston with a Bachelor's degree in Communications. She developed a passion for human rights and protecting the environment during college, which became the focus of her volunteering efforts. At Stealth Power, Jillian has coalesced her passion and career, and is excited to push our mission onward. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her son and two pups, extreme sports and reading.
Landon Derentz is senior director at the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center. Under his leadership, the Global Energy Center devises pragmatic solutions to the geopolitical, sustainability, and economic challenges of the changing global energy landscape.
Prior to the Atlantic Council, Landon was Director for Middle Eastern and African Affairs in the Office of International Affairs at the US Department of Energy where he managed the Department’s bilateral and regional engagement with international partners, while also advising the Department’s leadership on world energy market developments and related policy responses. Landon has deep experience building diverse coalitions across governments, the private sector, and civil society; having led US efforts to establish the Net-Zero Producers Forum and as the US executive board member for the East Mediterranean Gas Forum. Landon also served as the US representative and vice chairman of the International Energy Agency’s standing groups on emergency questions and the oil market.
Landon previously served as Director for Energy on the National Security Council and the National Economic Council at the White House. In this capacity, he coordinated progress on all facets of U.S. international energy policy, including ensuring the National Security Advisor and the National Economic Advisor remained informed on how market dynamics impacted U.S. national security, economic, and foreign policy interests.
Landon previously worked as an Energy Policy Advisor in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources and served as a Presidential Management Fellow in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the Department of Energy. Additionally, Landon was an officer in the United States Air Force.
Landon graduated with a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law, a Master of Public Policy from the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Southern California.
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