Craig London is currently President and CEO of eCullet Inc. which is a glass recycling and technology company. eCullet has developed a technology that optically sorts glass by color and removes foreign matter from a high volume stream. This sorted glass is then sold to large multinational glass manufacturing companies for containers. Prior to eCullet he was executive vice president and officer of Solectron Corporation (NYSE:SLR) and president and CEO of Solectron Global Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. He was responsible for all sales, strategy, and operations for repair services, logistics, parts management and fulfillment for major global OEM’s products worldwide. This business generated over $1B annually with 15,000 people in 21 sites worldwide. Flextronics (NASDAQ:FLEX) acquired Solectron in October 2007. Prior to that position, London was president and CEO of Solectron’s Technology Business Unit which encompassed three separate companies: Smart Modular Corporation, a $1.4B annual memory company; Force Computer Corporation, a $300M compute platform company and Dy4 Systems, a $140M high stress board company for defense aircraft. Craig was responsible for selling each of these companies and others when a new CEO was named for Solectron. London came to Solectron from Safeguard Scientifics Inc, (NYSE:SFE) a diversified public venture capital company that identified, developed and operated emerging technology companies where he served as an executive officer and managing director, Technology Products. Mr. London came to Safeguard from Diva Communications, Inc. a wireless communications equipment manufacturer of wireless loop products where is served as president and CEO. London also held executive management positions in sales, service and operations in the United States and Asia during his eight years with Nortel Networks. He also held various management positions at Rockwell International Telecommunications, and AT&T. He serves on the board of directors for Boy Scouts of America-Pacific Skyline Council and a member of the Santa Cruz Mountains Vineyards association. London holds a master’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of California at Berkeley.