Chief Executive Officer
Boaz joined BayWa r.e. in 2010 after years as a designer, installer, distributor, manufacturer, inventor, and manager in a wide variety of renewable energy endeavors. After working at PV distributor and pump manufacturer Dankoff Solar, Boaz founded and managed Cedar Mountain Solar, a nationally regarded solar heating installation company, and SolarLogic, a creator of heating system design and control products. Boaz also managed design and engineering of a biomass-fired district energy system for the City of Santa Fe. Boaz served on the board of the Santa Fe Independent Business Alliance and as Vice President of the NM Renewable Energy Industries Association, and on various state and city renewable energy task forces. Boaz studied music theory at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, is a lifelong student of psychology and philosophy, and enjoys off-grid living, dog-training, and tai chi.
Chief Financial Officer
Jodi began working in the solar industry as Finance Manager for Dankoff Solar in 2003 after obtaining her Masters in accounting from University of New Mexico. She was pleasantly surprised to find herself working in an industry with many people who shared her passion for environmental and energy concerns. Jodi was part of the start-up group at Focused Energy in March of 2008 and saw it through acquisition by BayWa r.e. in 2010. She is proud to be part of a fantastic team that is truly dedicated to serving customers. Jodi also has an undergraduate degree in Geology from The Colorado College, where she developed a passion for hiking, backpacking, and beautiful rocks. She now enjoys spending time with her family playing soccer, hiking, baking, and gardening, and rides her bike to work every day.
Chief Commercial Officer
Daniel Marino joined BayWa r.e in 2016. Previously, Daniel held executive positions at several leading solar manufacturing and distribution companies. At Yingli Green Energy Americas, Daniel led development and execution of the commercial strategy for the US. As a co-founder of DC Power Systems, he directed all aspects of strategy, sales, marketing, business development, engineering and supply chain activities, helping transform the company into the largest solar distributor in the Americas. He also saw the company through acquisition by a multinational in 2009 and subsequent rebranding as Soligent. Prior to his career in solar, Daniel worked as a strategy consultant with clients ranging from technology start-ups to Fortune Global 500 firms. He graduated with an MA in International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in 2000.