Mountain Vector Energy is predicated on execution, results and sound business fundamentals in the pursuit of Utility cost reduction for our customers. Our ability to lead a customer team through the conversion of Data – Information – Action – Results is where we excel and where the real work is performed. Technology and innovation are often celebrated, but at Mountain Vector Energy, it’s what we do with it that counts.
Our skills in leadership, facilities systems, data analysis, problem solving and program management ensure we have the right resources to serve our clients.
President of Mountain Vector Energy
Steve built his foundation in Leadership, Technical Program Management, P&L Management and Sales during his journey with the Army, Applied Materials, EnerNOC and Noribachi before starting Mountain Vector Energy.
Technical Program Manager
Paige earned both her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Pure Mathematics from the University
of New Mexico. As a STEM tutor during graduate school, Paige gained experience as a mentor and leader to fellow students and tutors. Her mathematical research in abstract algebra serves her well at Mountain Vector Energy. Paige’s analysis and presentation of data-related findings enable great insight on energy utilization and optimization measures.
Madeline grew up in a family of artists and engineers in Colorado, where she pursued her interest in math and science at the Colorado School of Mines. Having graduated with a degree in Engineering Physics, she now applies her engineering and physicist mindsets to all of the projects Mountain Vector Energy manages. She employs her creativity in brainstorming for ideas, and her engineering skills in analyzing complex energy system data for Mountain Vector Energy.
Danielle Isles Martin
Technical Project Manager
Danielle believe’s a good balance of art and science is what makes for good design. As a Photographer, Web Developer and Scientist she lives and works in that balance between art and science. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry from the University of New Mexico in 2015. Since graduation, she worked at UNM in their biomedical research labs. Her research included analyzing data with the Parra lab on Vacuolar ATPase in C. Albicans. Following that she took CNM’s Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp in PHP full stack web development. Her project was to create software for a smart mirror powered by the Raspberry Pi that used HTML, CSS, Angular4, Bootstrap, mySQL and PHP. Since finishing the bootcamp, Danielle has been helping tutor students at CNM and working to form an Alumni Association for the community of graduates. She also works with American Association of University Women or AAUW to run a summer STEM camp for Girls hosted every year at New Mexico Tech called Tech Trek.
Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Business Operations
In the semiconductor industry over the last 23 years, Matt Salazar most recently managed a 60 person team responsible for over $750M of system installations worldwide per year. Extensive knowledge of complex electro-mechanical systems and software and its relation to customer business performance. Internalized a ‘data driven’ culture by working directly with over 15 customers across 10 countries. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified by Applied Materials. Prior to this, Matt served for 9 years in the US Navy.