About Carbon—1 Of 4
The talk that introduced us to the world.Watch the TED Talk
About Carbon—2 Of 4
The science behind CLIP, on the cover of Science.Read the paper
About Carbon—3 Of 4
A recipient of the 2013 National Medal of Technology and Innovation.Watch the interview
About Carbon—4 Of 4
The $100 million Series C funding led by Google Ventures.Read the press release
Joe co-founded Carbon in 2013. Under his direction, Carbon is marrying the intricacies of molecular science with hardware and software technologies to advance the 3D printing industry beyond basic prototyping to 3D manufacturing. Throughout his career, Joe has published over 350 scientific articles and has nearly 200 issued patents in his name-with more than an additional 200 patents pending. —Keep reading
Elisa de Martel is the Chief Financial Officer, responsible for Carbon’s overall financial activities and global finance organization, including accounting and controllership, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), reporting, tax, treasury and investor relations. Prior to joining Carbon, Elisa was with Apple Inc. for 11 years, where she served in a variety of financial roles and most recently, was the Director of Manufacturing Finance. Elisa earned a Master’s degree in Political Economy from the University of Essex, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the EDHEC Business School.
Dara leads marketing and communications at Carbon. She joined Carbon in 2018 from GE, where she was Chief Marketing Officer of GE Ventures and GE Business Innovations. Before joining GE, Dara led marketing efforts at Apple and Goldman Sachs. She is also the co-founder of the consulting firm NeuBridges. Dara has been widely recognized for her knowledge and achievements in marketing and technology. In 2018, she was featured by Forbes as a “CMO Next” —Keep reading
Craig leads engineering at Carbon. He joined Carbon in 2014 from Tesla Motors, where he was VP of Software and Electrical Integration, with responsibility for all low-voltage electronics and all software that powers the Model S – from battery and motor control firmware, to the hardware and software that run the Model S in-car displays, to the Tesla mobile apps and server-based systems that connect to Teslas on the road. —Keep reading
Josh joined Carbon as the company’s General Counsel. He remains a managing director at Mohr Davidow Ventures and served as Chairman of the NVCA from 2013-2014. Prior to his time at Mohr Davidow and Carbon, Josh was instrumental in building Venture Law Group and the Palo Alto office of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison to become two of the leading Silicon Valley law firms. Josh graduated magna cum laude from UCLA and later the UCLA School of Law where he was on the Law Review.
Luke has more than 15 years of experience leading finance operations for industrial and enterprise technology companies. Most recently, he was Senior Director, North America Finance & Analytics for eBay. Previously, Luke was VP of Finance for Corning International, where he led finance operations in Asia, Europe, and South America and spent three years as the company’s CFO in China. Luke received his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Elle is focused on applying CLIP technology to medical applications with the goal of improving human health through 3D printing. She was most recently a Senior Manager in Corporate Development at medical device company Thoratec. Previously, Elle worked in Business Development at Liquidia Technologies, a nanotechnology company founded by members of the Carbon team. Prior to receiving her MBA from Harvard Business School, Elle received her BA in Public Policy from Duke University.
As VP of Materials, Jason is tasked with creating the broadest possible range of materials for growing 3D objects with Carbon’s CLIP technology. Previously, he was Senior Director of Research at Diagnostics for All, and cofounded Liquidia Technologies. Jason holds a BS in chemistry from Virginia Tech, a PhD in chemistry from UNC Chapel Hill, and has over 25 current and pending patents.
Phil was a part of the founding team at Carbon in 2013 and currently serves as Head of Business Development. In his role, he manages partnerships and key customer accounts. Previously, Phil co-founded and was the VP of Business Development at Buystand, an ecommerce company. Phil received his BA in business and econometrics from Ursinus College.
Jeff has more than 20 years of experience in product development, manufacturing and engineering management. He was most recently with Tesla, where he managed the launch of the Roadster, Model S, and Dual Motor platforms. As VP of Manufacturing, Jeff is working to develop the systems and processes to commercialize our CLIP technology. Jeff holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University and received his MS in Industrial Engineering/Engineering Management from Stanford.
Heather has spent 15 years in client services with Velocity11 and Agilent. Heather is working to create a service organization that leverages data, insights and customer experiences to foster the highest level of customer interaction. Heather received her BA in English and history from the College of William and Mary, and her MA in medieval studies from the University of York.
Paul joins Carbon after spending over 10 years at Dassault Systemes, where he was responsible for all customer and partner relationships as Managing Director for North America. As VP of Sales, Paul is working to accelerate the adoption of our technology and maintain a central focus on customer success. His experience managing some of Dassault Systemes' key relationships will be critical for driving company growth across a variety of industries. Paul earned his BA in both Economics and History from the University of Michigan.
As Head of Hardware Engineering, Dave is responsible for designing products that celebrate Carbon’s innovative CLIP technology. He joined Carbon with nearly a decade of mechanical engineering and product development experience. He was most recently with Ekso Bionics. He received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis and an ME in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.
Abhishek joined Carbon after spending 11 years with Google where he worked as a Principal Software Engineer. He made major contributions to networking layers, indexing and serving for web-search, gmail and local-search and was the technical lead for Bigtable database system for over 6 years. Prior to Google, Abhishek was an engineer and development manager of infrastructure software at Infospace. Abhishek received his Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from the National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India.
Kelly is committed to driving innovation at Carbon through recruitment efforts focused on attracting top talent across a range of industries. She previously led the Recruiting team at Practice Fusion, a leader in electronic health records, during a period of heavy growth. Prior to that, Kelly consulted for clients including Zynga and Exponential Interactive, and spent five years managing Global Talent Acquisition for Ask.com.
Meg Nibbi is Vice President, Legal Counsel, responsible for Carbon’s legal matters, which includes strategic partnerships, licensing of intellectual property, customer and supplier relationships, risk management, employment, corporate governance and international matters. Meg brings deep experience in high-growth markets driven by innovation, having served as General Counsel for a variety of high-technology companies and venture capital funds, helping drive their development and growth. —Keep reading
Libby Wolfensperger is Vice President of People and Culture, responsible for managing Carbon’s efforts to attract and retain the best and brightest talent, and to preserve and enhance Carbon’s unique culture that is core to the company. Previously, Libby was with GREE International Entertainment, Inc., where she created and managed a strategic HR organization that partnered with the business to help accelerate and support growth and change. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from University of California, Santa Cruz, lived in Japan for seven years, and has served as a board member for several nonprofits.