Global Team. World Class Results.
DR. RICHARD NAVARRO
Chief Executive Officer Chief Innovation Officer
DENNIS BUNDA, B.S.
Corporate Secretary-Treasurer Chief Financial Officer
He earned his professional designations as a Certified Management Consultant and Certified Management Accountant in 1983.
Mr. Bunda is a vetted-member of the FBI-InfraGard affiliate program, InfraGard Members Alliance (IMA), a IRS 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization, Critical Infrastructure Protection in Hawaii since 2010 (www.infragardnational.org). He currently serves as a community volunteer as a Certified Mentor and a Chapter Leader with SCORE Hawai’i, a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (www.hawaii.score.org), as a subject matter expert in tax-exempt small nonprofit organizations and small business start-ups since 2005 and serves as the Executive Director and co-founder of the Filipino Congress of Visayan Community Foundation of Hawai’i.
Mrs. Mistry earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Sacramento State University and her M.A.
from the University of San Francisco. She is the founder and CEO of Mistry Advisers LLC and
has over 25 years of experience in international trade with offices in Washington DC and
Hyderabad, Telangana India. She is a member of AmCham Abu Dhabi, the Arab Bankers
Association of North America (ABANA), the World Zoroastrian Chamber of Commerce, and the
Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, New York and on the Board of Directors for the
Association of American Residents Overseas, Paris, France. Her leadership and international
network of associates provides welcomed depth of international experience to our group.
THOMAS ALLSUP, M.S. M.E.
Mr. Allsup earned his B. Sc. Mechanical Engineering at Oklahoma State University, an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas-Arlington and has completed all coursework for a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas-Arlington and Kennedy- Western University. Mr. Allsup founded Anida Technologies, L.P. where he is the chief mechanical designer and managing partner. During his 30+ years of national and international experience, he has been involved in design engineering and engineering management. In addition to his work with Anida Technologies, he is an adjunct professor in mechanical engineering at the University of North Texas. He holds one patent, has 19 publications or presentations and is a voting member of the Cherokee Nation.
JAMES M. MCGEE, M.S.E.E.
MAJOR GENERAL ADRIAN
Environmental & Safety Engineer
Major General Adrian earned his Bachelor of Science in Geology from Southwest Texas State University. He is certified in Hazwoper, Environmental Storm Water Waste Management, Storm Water Pollution Prevention, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure, Environmental Awareness, Industrial Hygiene, Fire Fighting, and Human Relations. In addition to his 12 years serving in the United States Marine Corp as an Aviation Safety Officer, he has 20+ years of professional experience and has served in more than 100 countries as a project and safety engineer as well as a troubleshooter for emergency events and workplace issues.
Business Development Manager
Mr. Huffine earned his B.Sc. in Chemistry from Cameron University, and an M.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Oklahoma. He is an experienced domestic and international business executive with 20+ years of proven experience who has received awards from federal, state, professional, and universities for excellence. He served as Director of the International Commission on Missing Persons, Sarajevo, Bosnia and was given an Honorary PhD from the University of Wisconsin for this work. In addition to his role in international business development, Mr. Huffine will assist in environmental impact considerations. Mr. Huffine is a 2020 nominee for a Nobel Humanitarian Prize for his work in Bosnia and an international business consultant to several African countries.
“The relationship between renewable energy sources and the communities we expect to host them must be appropriate and sustainable and, above all, acceptable to local people.”