David R. Ames' House

David R. Ames' House


Alpharetta, Georgia (GA), US
David R. Ames
President/CEO Green Energy Development Corp


Formerly, David served as President/CEO, of Global Energy Holdings Group, Inc. He is a member of ACORE (American Council on Renewable Energy) and on its CEO Council along with NEVC (National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition).

David was previously co-founder and served as Chairman/CEO of Alterna Energy LLC, which served to advance technology advances in alternate energy processes and services. In 1994, he founded and served as CEO of Convergence.com, which was the first company to launch and manage high-speed cable modem broadband Internet access over cable systems throughout the world.

David also has an extensive background in television and film. He helped develop and manage the Film Division of the Image Bank, leading to the company's acquisition by Eastman Kodak. Earlier, he supervised the AT&T corporate broadcast account, overseeing a series of productions that received the Emmy, Peabody, Humanitas and Gabriel Awards. David was appointed to AT&T's global divestiture committee.

David serves on the Board of Directors of the internet e-commerce company The Good Company.com. He and his wife Cindy founded the Tomorrow Foundation, which establishes film libraries for patients in hospitals and other non-profit organizations.
David R. Ames
President/CEO Green Energy Development Corp


Formerly, David served as President/CEO, of Global Energy Holdings Group, Inc. He is a member of ACORE (American Council on Renewable Energy) and on its CEO Council along with NEVC (National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition).

David was previously co-founder and served as Chairman/CEO of Alterna Energy LLC, which served to advance technology advances in alternate energy processes and services. In 1994, he founded and served as CEO of Convergence.com, which was the first company to launch and manage high-speed cable modem broadband Internet access over cable systems throughout the world.

David also has an extensive background in television and film. He helped develop and manage the Film Division of the Image Bank, leading to the company's acquisition by Eastman Kodak. Earlier, he supervised the AT&T corporate broadcast account, overseeing a series of productions that received the Emmy, Peabody, Humanitas and Gabriel Awards. David was appointed to AT&T's global divestiture committee.

David serves on the Board of Directors of the internet e-commerce company The Good Company.com. He and his wife Cindy founded the Tomorrow Foundation, which establishes film libraries for patients in hospitals and other non-profit organizations.
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Links: www.greenenergydevelopment.org
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