Bachelor’s Degree from Bryant University
Masters in Business Administration from Providence College
Joe Puishys is the Executive Chairman for SitelogIQ. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors since 2018 when the company was incorporated and was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from March 2021 through December 2023. As Executive Chairman, he will continue to lead the Board, mentor and advise the senior leadership team, and play an active role in the evaluation and pursuit of further acquisition opportunities.
Known as a disciplined and intentional leader, Joe has a proven track record leading world-class companies. Prior to SitelogIQ, Joe served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq: APOG), an industry leader in architectural products and services for commercial buildings and framing art with annual revenue of $1.4 billion. He also served in various leadership positions at Honeywell International, Inc., a Fortune 100 diversified technology and industrial company, for over 32 years, as well as AlliedSignal. Joe spent the first 24 years of his career focused on the automotive sector, including both passenger cars and commercial vehicles. He held positions in finance, operations, and general management at Fram, Autolite, Garrett Engine Boosting, and Bendix Brakes, where his last position had him serving as President of the global Bendix Brakes business.
Joe received his master’s in business administration from Providence College and his undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from Bryant University.
He serves on several Boards, with appointments including the National Association of Manufacturers; Chairman of the Board, Killebrew-Thompson Memorial Foundation; Board of Trustees, Bryant University in Smithfield, RI; and Board of Governors, Minneapolis Club. Joe also served on the Board of Arctic Cat Inc., an off-road vehicle performance company, from 2012-2017.
Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University
Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Kelly Schuller is the Chief Executive Officer of SitelogIQ, leading the pursuit of the company’s vision to increase the positive impact their solutions have on the communities they serve. He brings 30+ years of executive experience in general management, strategy, and finance to the company. Schuller is also a member of the Board of Directors.
He most recently held the role of Chief Operating Officer of SitelogIQ for two years, managing SIQ’s five business units and leading an expansion of the service offering. Prior to SitelogIQ, Kelly served as President of the $400 million Architectural Glass Segment for publicly-traded Apogee Enterprises for 10 years. He was also Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the segment’s largest business unit, Viracon. He joined Apogee in 2006 as corporate Vice President, Strategy & Business Development where he worked with Apogee’s executive leadership team and Board to develop corporate-level strategy and lead the company’s acquisition agenda. He also partnered with business unit leadership teams to refine and strengthen business unit strategy across Apogee’s portfolio.
Before Apogee, Kelly held general management positions from 2001-2006 at United Health Group and Innovex, a manufacturer of custom electronic circuits. From 1996-2001 he worked for the global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company which he left as an Associate Principal. He started his career in finance, spending six years as a CPA with Ernst & Young and in Financial Planning & Analysis for The Pillsbury Company before attending business school.
Kelly holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. He is a member of the Board of Directors for NEXT Energy Technologies, a California-based start-up that is commercializing transparent photovoltaic windows, and also serves on the Board for Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, a non-profit environmental group focused on protecting and promoting this 1 million acre wilderness area on the Canadian border.
He lives in the southern Minneapolis-St. Paul metro with Beckie, his wife of 30 years, their three children (in college or high school), and their two Siberian Huskies. He is an outdoor enthusiast who likes to travel, golf, run, hike, and camp.
BBA in Finance, Loyola University of Chicago
Executive Development Program, University of Chicago
serves as the Chief Operations Officer for SitelogIQ, partnering with our business unit Presidents to ensure strong project execution and excellent customer service for K-12, higher education, local/state government, healthcare, and commercial and industrial customers.
He works closely with all SitelogIQ Vice Presidents of Engineering and Operations in each of our businesses to ensure we work safely, improve process, develop great teams, implement strong training programs, invest in resources to improve productivity, and monitor dashboards to track progress. He also assists in the evaluation and integration of acquired companies.
Jim has over two decades of cross-functional experience in the construction industry. For the past 11 years he has held multiple senior leadership positions within Harmon, the largest glazing contractor in North America, including VP of Engineering and Manufacturing, Director of Operations, and Director of Preconstruction. As Director of Preconstruction, Jim was responsible for sales strategy and execution in the Midwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions of the US and all of Canada. As VP of Engineering and Manufacturing, Jim was responsible for Harmon’s six engineering offices and five manufacturing locations in the US and Canada. As Director of Operations, he was responsible for the Mid-Atlantic region, including project management, field operations and sales. Prior to joining Harmon, Jim worked for a $300 million privately held national glazing contractor, helping them to open and grow offices in Chicago, New Jersey, Dallas, and Richmond.
Jim holds a BBA in Finance from Loyola University of Chicago and completed the Executive Development Program at the University of Chicago.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Information Technology – Marquette University
Zack Davis is the Chief Financial Officer for SitelogIQ. He has previous experience in a mix of public and private companies and is an inactive Certified Public Accountant. Additionally, he’s held positions in the industrials and real estate sectors and is a proven finance thought leader. He has been with SitelogIQ since 2018.
As CFO, Zack is responsible for the development and management of the financial strategy. This includes forecasting, budgeting, and cost containment procedures focused on increasing revenue and EBITDA. He will lead oversight of company financial performance, metric-based reporting, external financial reporting, and streamlining processes and procedures. All accounting and finance team members report through him. In addition to his finance duties, Zack is also a co-lead on all ERP software transitions.
Prior to SitelogIQ, he worked in a mix of external reporting and FP&A-focused roles at Gates Industrial Corp. and Prologis Inc. From writing and contributing, 10-K and 10-Q reporting, to completing finance reviews of production facilities, Zack has earned the comprehensive perspective to lead the finance team at every level.
Master of Labor and Industry Relations from Michigan State University
Bachelor of Arts, Political Economics/Public Policy from James Madison College, Michigan State University
Eric Dettmer is the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at SitelogIQ. As a seasoned HR leader with nearly 30 years of experience, Eric is responsible for the oversight of the human resources department and all related functions for the company, including talent acquisition and career development planning.
For the past two decades, Eric has served in senior leadership roles at fortune-level companies. Most recently, he was CHRO for Jack Link’s Protein Snacks. In addition to management and oversight of the HR department, its systems, and all compensation and benefits, he established a five-year talent strategic vision and action plan that focused on strengthening leadership capabilities and high-performance teams. He also developed a company model for the global career stage and implemented a talent and leadership development program.
Eric’s prior experience includes a long tenure at Pentair, Inc., where he served in a variety of roles, including Senior Vice President, Human Resources for the $2.1B Electrical Global Business Unit and Honeywell International (fka AlliedSignal), where he worked his way to Senior Director, Human Resources for the $1.1B Transportation Systems Consumer Products Group business that operated globally.
Eric earned his Master of Labor and Industry Relations from Michigan State University and his Bachelor of Arts, Political Economics/Public Policy from James Madison College, Michigan State University.
B.A. in Economics from University of Minnesota Law School
Deb is the Chief Legal Officer for SitelogIQ. She has nearly 30 years of experience in corporate and operations, including 14 as a corporate officer for a public company. She is an expert in regulatory, human resource, compliance and reporting, mergers and acquisitions, strategy implementation, operations and more. She joined the Company in 2020 and is also the corporate secretary. She leads the legal and compliance functions, and as a member of SitelogIQ’s Executive Leadership Team, she participates in developing and advising overall business strategies and their implementation.
Prior to SitelogIQ, Deb was Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for ALLETE, a $1.4B diversified public utility headquartered in Duluth Minnesota, with non-regulated, renewable generation operations across North America. She also served as President, Superior Water Light and Power in northwestern Wisconsin, and served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary from 2004-2016.
Undergraduate degree in Operations Management & Information Systems from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL
Colm Lennon is the Chief Technology Officer for SitelogIQ. He is responsible for leading SitelogIQ’s national IT strategy and deployment and will also work closely with sales, marketing, and engineering to commercialize new technology that makes positive user experiences and further differentiates the company in the market.
Throughout his career, Colm has held various leadership and IT positions at Fortune 100 companies, leading IT strategy, enterprise architecture, and IT transformation projects for large, complex customers. He has served as the Global Offerings Leader for Service and Energy Lines of Business in the Connected Buildings space, and as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for a $3B business unit and managed all aspects of the IT function globally. He was also the Founder & President of Haka Products, a sales enablement app and product playbook that simplifies product portfolios for sales reps to assist in creating opportunities for growth by connecting the dots between customer needs and company offerings.
Colm holds an undergraduate degree in Operations Management & Information Systems from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL and is based in Chicago.
Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota
Kevin McGauley is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Development.
As SitelogIQ’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Kevin oversees the company’s sales and marketing initiatives and supports pipeline building and sales force development for its five business units. In addition, he focuses on company-wide growth strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and SitelogIQ’s technology-enabled platform, mySiteIQ.
Kevin has previously served in leadership roles with the company for 10 years, including his time as the President of SitelogIQ Midwest. Prior to SitelogIQ, Kevin was an Owner and President of Unesco, Inc., a program management firm with a combined 1,300 years of planning, design, engineering, and construction experience that has implemented over $1.2 billion in educational facility improvements for more than 100 K-12 school districts throughout the Upper Midwest. Prior to this role and in addition to owning his own company for many years, Kevin has worked for several large international companies including Trane, Johnson Controls, and Honeywell.
Kevin earned his Master in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN and his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.
Michelle Peryea is the Senior Director, Marketing Communications for SitelogIQ. She is a marketing, communications, and branding leader with nearly 20 years of B2B experience.
She is responsible for the strategic marketing plan and execution of the organization’s advertising, branding, internal and external communications, lead generation, public relations, national tradeshow, and social media and Web footprint. Michelle also played an instrumental role in the company naming and branding for SitelogIQ following the acquisition of several leading companies.
Throughout her career, Michelle has held marketing management positions for several professional services companies and helped them successfully build their programs and increase brand awareness and market position. She has worked for regional, national, and international organizations.
She received her bachelor’s degree in marketing from Messiah University. Additionally, Michelle has served in a school board leadership role and is an active volunteer in her local community.
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering – Lehigh University
Rick Evans is the President of the SitelogIQ Northeast division.
Rick provides executive-level management throughout the engineering, implementation, commissioning, and verification phases of energy efficiency projects. Rick’s team of experienced design and construction professionals, financial analysts, and commissioning agents has accomplished over $300 million in successful energy projects. They’re focused on delivering the highest quality projects at the lowest possible price.
He continues to challenge the traditional definition of K-12 school construction projects by seeking new approaches to reduce construction costs, improve quality standards, deliver projects that are energy-efficient, and lower ongoing maintenance costs.
Master of Business Administration, Marquette University
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus in Marketing/Finance, Marquette University
John Bendt is the President of SitelogIQ’s Midwest business unit, serving K-12 school districts, higher education, and local/state government.
John is responsible for providing strategic planning and asset development, as well as oversight for the day-to-day operations including administration, business development, sales performance, project management, and staffing functions of the division.
John brings over 30 years of operations, business development, and general management experience within the building construction and renovation industry. Most recently, he served as the Vice President for JR Butler, Inc. and has leadership experience in sales, estimating, engineering, manufacturing, project management, field operations, marketing, finance, and human resources.
John earned his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science degrees from Marquette University.
Bachelors Degree in Engineering from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
John Gajan is the President of the SitelogIQ West division.
John Gajan is a senior-level executive with strong leadership skills and proven results in building market-leading organizations in the Energy Services, Renewable Energy, and Energy Efﬁciency industries. In addition to being a successful business builder with a track record of safe and on-budget delivery of projects, he possesses over 25 years of experience in all facets of the project lifecycle including Sales, Project Development, Engineering, Construction, and long-term O&M.
Prior to being named President for SitelogIQ’s West business unit, John served as Interim President and Senior Vice President of Operations. Before joining SitelogIQ, he was Senior Vice President and General Manager for ENGIE Services North America, where he had full P&L responsibility for their national energy services and public-sector renewables business.
John is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of California (mechanical), and his industry experience includes design and construction, project management, project development, and engineering and planning. He earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California.
Clark Longhurst is the President of the SitelogIQ Commercial & Industrial division. He has 15 years experience in the energy efficiency, lighting and controls, property management operations, and electrical industries, working on and overseeing projects with a combined value in excess of $100 million, in more than 30 states and 45 different utility providers. His work has included large national account rollouts, management of direct-install utility programs, complex design build projects, dozens of formal training sessions, and consulting projects for large institutional property owners.
As President of the C&I Division within SitelogIQ, Inc., Clark Longhurst is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations and growth initiatives of the commercial and industrial business unit with a variety of energy conservation, renewable, and energy management solutions. With approximately 200 employees and operations in 7 states, the C&I unit provides turnkey services to some of the country’s largest private- and publicly-traded companies.
Prior to SitelogIQ, Clark was a founder and CEO of Monterey Energy, Inc, an Ontario, California-based contractor focused on energy efficiency projects for large portfolios of properties for clients throughout the U.S. until the company was acquired by them in early 2018. During this tenure, he was also a Principal and Board member of Monterey Lighting Solutions, Inc., a wholesale distribution business focused on LED lighting and controls technologies. Prior to these roles, Clark has held various accounting and finance positions at The Walt Disney Company, Western Asset Management, and KPMG LLP.
Clark is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), currently inactive, and a licensed Electrical Contractor (C-10) in the State of California. He received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California.
Master of Business Administration, Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management University of Georgia
Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Georgia
David Dean is the President of SitelogIQ’s Healthcare business unit.
He is responsible for providing strategic planning and oversight for the day-to-day operations, including administration, business development, sales performance, project management, and staffing functions of the Healthcare business unit. He provides leadership to his team in meeting the specialized energy efficiency and energy retrofit service needs for healthcare customers.
David has served as Managing Director for the Commercial & Industrial business unit for the past three years. Prior to SitelogIQ, he started with Tenzing Energy Solutions, which was acquired by SitelogIQ in 2019. He has also worked with various firms advising customers on the successful execution of transactions involving mergers and acquisitions.
David earned a Master of Business Administration degree with concentrations in Finance and Accounting from the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance from the University of Georgia.