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Peter O’Keefe is an investor in the renewable energy industry and developer of renewable energy projects and technologies. His company, Greenvale Ventures, is active in biomass export markets developing a platform of wood pellet production and storage facilities in the southeastern US. Peter also serves in an advisory capacity to a diverse group of businesses in several industries, including engineering, financial services and direct marketing media. Peter is a director on the board of regulatory compliance services company, Regscan Inc.
Previously he worked at Carret Asset Management, a privately owned investment advisory firm, where he was a registered professional with the National Association of Securities Dealers holding both series 7 and 63 licenses. Peter served as the senior advisor to the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, the finance director for the William J. Clinton Presidential Foundation and the associate director for business in the White House under President Clinton. He is an original member of the Clinton Global Initiative and a member of the Economic Club of Washington, DC. Peter serves as a member of Leaf's Audit Committee.