Jeff Klaucke is a project consultant with an engineering background and significant leadership experience working cross-culturally. From 1997 to 2008 he lived in Central Asia with his family and worked as the director of two humanitarian NGOs, interfacing with government ministries and international teams. As an engineer, he has also spent time living and working on projects in West Africa and Central America. Presently he is pursuing the development of new technology for large scale wind power development that holds promise for a broad range of applications including remote sites in various parts of the world.
In the late 1980's through the mid 1990's he was vice president and one of the principals for the startup of Northeast Engineering Associates, Inc, a consulting engineering company based in Connecticut with a focus on water resources and small hydroelectric project development for private developers and utility companies. He provided leadership for environmental studies and regulatory activities, was an Independent Consultant for federal dam safety inspections, and played a key role in business development and project management work.
Mr. Klaucke is a registered professional engineer in New York, member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and has Bachelor of Science and Masters of Engineering degrees from Cornell University.