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Executive biographies

Dmitri Tisnoi, Founder and CEO
With more than 12 successful years in import and export of products to and from the US concentrating in the automotive arena, he has devoted the past two years to researching and developing a successful business model for a new master distributorship with an emphasis in eco-friendly, alternative fuel vehicles. Mr. Tisnoi not only has extensive experience in international business and the automobile industry, but also has a strong unwavering belief in alternative energy and in leading-edge transportation technology. 

Mr. Tisnoi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information System and Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Finance and Development Program from University of Texas at Arlington.

Brenda Gray, Chief Operating Officer
Brenda Gray was Chief Communications Officer and co-founder of Core Energy Group, Core recently merged with Venta. Ms. Gray was Vice President of Dallas based Cozart Communications, specializing in media relations and public affairs and helped lead a grassroots campaign to support the National Superconducting Super Collider Coalition.  She was with Sewell Lexus in Dallas during the launch of Lexus in the United States.

Currently she serves on the board of PetSmart Charities, the largest funder of animal welfare organizations in the country. Previously she served on the boards of the National Kidney Foundation, the Baylor Health Care System Foundation, Dallas Division of March of Dimes, and served on the Executive Committee of the March of Dimes. She is a graduate of Northwest Texas Hospital School of Nursing in Amarillo, Texas. Ms. Gray was a surgical nurse for more than 15 years specializing in plastic and reconstructive surgery and neurosurgery.

Kyle Ford, Executive Vice President and Director of Investor Relations
Mr. Ford was CEO and co-founder of Core Energy Group. Core recently merged with Venta. Mr. Ford previously served as Vice President of Kwik Wash Laundries and saw the company’s profitability more than double. Kwik Wash was the third largest coin-operated laundry company in the country when it was sold in 1997.

He is also currently Vice President of EF Properties; a family owned and operated commercial real estate company with net holdings worth over $50 million. He is a native Texan and a graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

This information is confirmed as of May 6, 2010