Senior Fellow, Milken Institute; CEO and Founder, WattzOn
Martha Amram is the CEO and founder of WattzOn, which offers consumers online tools for personal energy management (www.wattzon.com). She is also a senior fellow of the Milken Institute, where she has worked on financial innovations for the biotech and clean-tech sectors in the U.S. and Israel. Previously, Amram was CEO of Vocomo Software, a voice software company; chief economist of PLX Systems, a patent and copyright software company; and co-founder of Glaze Creek Partners, a consulting firm she sold to Navigant Consulting. She is the co-author of two books published by the Harvard Business School Press, "Value Sweep" and "Real Options," and a third book published by McGraw-Hill. Amram is a frequent speaker on residential energy-efficiency and business strategy. She holds a Ph.D. in applied economics from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.