Board of Directors

Jeremy Blank is partner at York Capital Management, a global private investment fund with approximately $15 billion in assets under management, where he has served since 2005. Previously, he served as a vice president at Morgan Stanley’s fixed income department, and as an analyst in Morgan Stanley’s mergers and acquisitions department.

Jeremy currently serves on the boards of directors of Insightec Ltd., Arq Limited, and Prime Credit in Hong Kong. He graduated from Yeshiva University in New York City with B.A. in finance.

Michael J. (Mitch) Petrick is a special advisor at Riverside Management Group, a boutique merchant bank specializing in the secondary trading of private company shares, capital markets advice, and primary capital raises. From 2010 – 2016, Mitch was managing director and head of The Carlyle Group’s global market strategies segment as well as a member of the firm’s management committee.

Prior to joining Carlyle, Mitch spent 21 years at Morgan Stanley, his last role serving as managing director and global head of institutional sales and trading responsible for Morgan Stanley’s equity, commodity, fixed income, capital markets, and principal direct investment businesses. In this capacity, he served as a member of Morgan Stanley’s 12-person operating and management committees.

Mitch has served on the board of directors of several companies, including Marvell Entertainment LLC, DigitalGlobe, Inc., and TVN Entertainment Corporation. He also serves on the advisory committee for the University of Chicago Innovation Fund and as director of the Cancer Research Institute (CRI). Mitch graduated with a B.A. in chemistry and economics from Grinnell College and earned an M.B.A in finance from the University of Chicago.

Greg Reichow is a partner at Eclipse Ventures, LLC. He has spent his career building and leading teams to help scale multifaceted products from initial concept to high-volume production.

Prior to joining Eclipse, Greg was Tesla’s executive leader of global manufacturing, factory/automation engineering, supply chain, and product excellence. While at Tesla, he led growth from low-volume Roadster production to the fully integrated manufacturing of the Model S and X and a revenue run rate exceeding $8 billion. In addition, he led the planning, construction and production ramp of the Tesla Gigafactory, the world’s largest lithium-ion battery production facility.

Prior to Tesla, Greg was the Senior Vice President of Operations at SunPower and led the growth of manufacturing operations from pilot scale to more than $2 billion in annual revenue. He earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota.

T. J. Rodgers founded Cypress Semiconductor Corporation in 1982, and he served as president, CEO, and a director of the company until 2016. He has served as a member of the Enovix board since 2012.

T. J. is a former chairman of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) and SunPower Corp. (solar energy systems) and currently sits on the board of directors of high-technology companies, including Agiga Tech (nvRAMs) and Bloom Energy (fuel cells). He is a Trustee Emeritus of Dartmouth College, his alma mater.

T. J. was a Sloan scholar at Dartmouth, where he graduated in 1970 as Salutatorian with a double major in physics and chemistry and won the Townsend Prize as the top physics and chemistry student in his class. He attended Stanford University on a Hertz fellowship, earning a master’s degree (1973) and a Ph.D. (1975) in electrical engineering. At Stanford, he invented, developed, and patented VMOS technology, which he sold for cash and royalties to American Microsystems Inc. (AMI). He managed the MOS memory design group at AMI from 1975 to 1980 before moving to Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), where he ran AMD’s static RAM product group until 1982.

Harrold Rust co-founded Enovix in 2007, and he has been a member of the board since 2008. As CEO, he leads the development and execution of an innovative battery business model with new approaches to technology, design, and production.

Prior to Enovix, Harrold was vice president of operations at FormFactor, a leader in the design and production of patented 3D MEMS contact technology for semiconductor wafer testing. During his 5-year tenure, he led operations from research and development through pilot production to high-volume manufacturing. This helped set the stage for a successful IPO in 2003 and contributed to an 370% increase in annual revenue, from $79M in 2002 to $369M in 2006.

Before FormFactor, Harrold spent 17 years in operations management at the IBM thin-film disk-drive head operations in San Jose, CA. He led an organization of 250 engineering and manufacturing personnel that continually met production goals while reducing cost-per-wafer by 50%. He also assumed financial plan responsibility for IBM’s global disk-drive head operations in Asia, Central America, and Europe. Harrold earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from U.C. Davis and an M.S. in mechanical engineering from Stanford University.