Join Craig Dickman and Elaine Stephens as they share their thoughts and drive a dialog around where they see digital transformation going and the secrets to innovating in an ever changing landscape.
Craig Dickman is the founder and President of StageThree, an innovation-focused practice working with corporate partners and entrepreneurs to create, build and commercialize new capabilities and ventures. He is an experienced entrepreneur who founded Breakthrough Fuel and co-founded the N.E.W. Venture Foundry; an inventor with multiple patents; and a successful chief executive at Breakthrough Fuel, Paper Transport and Master Fleet. Before launching and leading successful businesses, he was an executive at Schneider National and SHADE Information Systems as well as a contracted-team member on two NASA Discovery Missions: Lunar Prospector and Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR).
Craig received his Bachelor of Science degree in business from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the UW-Green Bay Council of Trustees and the Board of Directors for the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation and the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
With more than twenty years of experience, Vice President Elaine Stephens pushes Breakthrough®Fuel’s Technology and Data Science capabilities forward as a continued thought leader in the transportation energy sector. Elaine brings years of technology and application development experience with her as she merges business needs with disruptive technologies to drive pro-active development of world-class solutions.
In her current role, Elaine is responsible for maintaining the integrity of all Breakthrough® technical systems and infrastructure, ensuring Fuel Recovery services are functioning properly, and facilitates new knowledge creation through advanced analytics and data science initiatives to create value in our clients supply chains. She represents the entire range of Breakthrough®Fuel services and maintains long-term relationships while delivering continuous improvement initiatives with clients.
Originally from Rockville MD, Elaine received her B.S. in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She continued on to Harvard Extension School where she completed finance courses.
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