As president and CEO of Principia, LLC, Keith Cooley is a strategist and management consultant focusing his inventive problem solving skills on linking America’s recovery to global economic competitiveness, the “clean economy” and job creation for a talented but as of yet undiscovered urban workforce. Additionally, he spent two years as president and CEO of NextEnergy Center, a year as director of the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth, five years as CEO of Focus:HOPE and held several other positions in which his accomplishments made a significant impact.

Keith has served as a cabinet member to Michigan’s Governor Jennifer Granholm, advised (then French Presidential candidate) François Hollande on future energy trends and hosted Vice President Biden’s announcement of a $1.3 billion award to Michigan for vehicle electrification. Named a national public opinion leader by the Bush Administration in 2006, he was chosen to visit U.S. troops deployed in the Middle East, touring and observing the day-to-day operations of active military installations.

Cooley’s professional activities and affiliations include service with The University of Michigan Nuclear Engineering Advisory Council; Michigan State University’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams; the Michigan Environmental Council and the Public School Academies of Detroit.

Phil Roos

Phil Roos

President

Janis Bobrin

Janis Bobrin

Vice President

Denise Thal

Denise Thal

Treasurer

George Davis

George Davis

Secretary

Sarah Anthony

Sarah Anthony

Mark Bernstein

Mark Bernstein

Fred Blanck

Fred Blanck

Keith Cooley

Keith Cooley

George Heartwell

George Heartwell

Rudy Hobbs

Rudy Hobbs

Jerry Jung

Jerry Jung

Riyaz Kanji

Riyaz Kanji

Chris Kolb

Chris Kolb

Dr. John (Joe) Schwarz

Dr. John (Joe) Schwarz

Mark Stranahan

Mark Stranahan

Bob Sutherland

Bob Sutherland

Bruce Wallace

Bruce Wallace

Elizabeth Welch

Elizabeth Welch

Emma White

Emma White