THROUGH ENGINEERED PRODUCTS
REVOLUTIONIZING THE WORLD’S INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
Selecor Technologies has developed patented and proprietary technology by transforming Calcium Sulfate into new high value products. Products will be targeted to disrupt existing markets, providing customers with superior replacement products that are stronger, lighter (in weight), whiter (in color), cheaper, more fire-resistant, less permeable, more environmentally friendly, less abrasive, and more brilliant.
A GOOD EARTH MINERALS COMPANY
TRANSFORMING SOIL TO FEED OUR PLANET
EcoGEM® holds 21.5 million tons of high purity agricultural-grade Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate (Selenite) in Utah and Arizona. EcoGEM Selenite is listed by OMRI, the Organic Materials Review Institute. Calcium Sulfate is a support system for crops, providing calcium and sulfur, and preserving up to 30% of the water while removing salt and toxins in the soil.
We are providing revolutionary Calcium Sulfate based solutions to solve the global crisis’ facing our planet. Through our patented technology, we are changing the way the world thinks of sustainable plastics, agriculture, water purification and food production. We are serious about slowing climate change, transforming the way we conduct agriculture, preserve food, and produce industrial products.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Mr. Goodman brings over 35 years of experience of high growth and profitability to GEM. Mr. Goodman served as President and CEO of multiple firms with revenue responsibility of over $450 million dollars. He was Chairman for both the Asia/Pacific region and the global Talent Management Practice for Hudson Highland Group, a $1.3B global staffing company. Mr. Goodman also built an Australian acquisition from $25 million to a $250 million run rate in just a few years. He has achieved results in Canada, Australia, Asia, Europe and the United States. He majored in Political Science and Psychology at York University in Toronto, Canada.
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Mr. Lampros is President of Business Growth Innovations and currently serves as Operating Advisor, Operating Partner and Board Member of several private equity and manufacturing firms. He has run several Fortune 500 and middle market consumer product and industrial companies as their CEO and/or Senior Executive. George has a track record of doubling EBITDA and later selling these companies at high multiples / enterprise values.
Mr. Miller served with the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) for 16 years in the World Bank Group, (WBG) working on climate change issues including 6 years at the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Secretariat. Hisresponsibilities included representing the IFC/WBG at meetings of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, G8, and the G20 as well as other international forums. Prior to joining the IFC, Mr. Miller was instrumental in over $1 billion in donor funding for clean energy projects in more than 70 developing countries. Mr. Miller previously created and directed the Center for Global Change at the University of Maryland (1989-96) and served on the staffs of the World Resources Institute, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Environmental Law Institute. He taught courses at 10 universities and has degrees from Cornell University (A.B., Government 1971) and University of Michigan (J.D. and M.P.P. 1974). He was a Fulbright Scholar in Australia (Macquarie University, 1977) and Japan (Tokyo University, 1987).
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Vice President of Business Development
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Mr. Price has spent over two decades working in the mining, minerals and metals industry – the majority of which, holding senior level positions. His expertise and knowledge encompasses domestic and international markets in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Over the course of his career, Jeff has been involved in sales, marketing, business development, operations and trading within those markets; his expertise includes deep knowledge of precious metals, industrial minerals, uranium, coal, and oil & gas. Mr. Price gained much of his experience working for mid to large cap companies including Rio Tinto, Plc, Électricité de France, Anadarko Petroleum, Twin Eagle Energy (owned by Chesapeake Energy), Barclay’s Capital, Black Hills Power Corporation, and Lehman Brothers. Mr. Price completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri in Business and holds a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Denver – Daniels School of Business.
VP, TECH DEVELOPMENT
Mr. Ford has more than 30 years of experience as an engineer, business development expert, project manager and executive at Lockheed Martin, a global advanced technologies, aerospace, defense and security company. He managed a team of 175 engineers, technicians, and scientists in pursuing, winning, building and installing government development contracts in the competitive high technology special programs environment. Mr. Ford holds the following degrees: Master of Arts-Computer Resources and Information Management from Webster University, a Bachelor of Science-Magna Cum Laude-Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science – Summa Cum Laude-Business Management.
MR. DALE ANDERSEN
Tim Baringer- Director of Supply Chain and Logistics. Mr. Baringer has over 25 years of experience in the supply chain/transportation industry. He has served at all levels of logistics with such companies as IBM, SterlingCommerce, Swift & Company, Tyson Foods and Schneider National. Mr. Baringer holds a B.A. Degree from Luther College in Decorah, IA. He is a recipient of the 2013 IBM Sales Eminence Award.
ECOGEM CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER
Mr. Lutomski has been a senior executive in the food and beverage industry – bringing brands to life around the world. Having launched brands in over 60 countries and built market leading positions throughout the world, Wayne specializes in sales, marketing and product development. Working as either the President of UNO Foods or Vice President of International of brands such as, Welch’s (which included initiating a Global Ingredient Division), Just Born, and as the General Manager of a start-up JV between Starbucks and Pepsi International, Wayne has led the development of new products to the world, led market success from start-up to maturity and turned businesses around. A key factor in Wayne’s success has been in building strong relationships with business partners based upon shared values and a vision for success, strong financial metrics, and creative market execution. Wayne’s previous experience includes stints with SoBe Beverages, Quaker Oats/Gatorade, Snapple and the E&J Gallo Winery. Wayne graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Auburn University.
Vice President of Business Development, EcoGEM
America in the crop protection and seed divisions.