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GCS - Green House Incubator – Evgentech

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Jackie Hutter, MS, JD is the CEO of Evgentech, a role in which she leads the development and execution of the company’s strategic initiatives, such as developing and managing intellectual property (“IP”) protection efforts, securing of licensing partners and building the team and infrastructure needed for Evgentech to scale from a start up technology venture to a profitable battery charging innovations company.  She has been a part of the company’s management team since 2010 when she was brought on as an IP adviser to the co-founders.  Since she took the helm of Evgentech in mid-2012, Ms. Hutter has effected the transition of Evgentech from a hacker-based venture to a company with PhD validated charging technology protected by strong IP.  Outside of her role at Evgentech, Ms. Hutter is a thought-leader and frequent speaker on innovation and IP topics, and has in each year since 2009 been been named to the elite group of top global IP Strategists by Intellectual Asset Magazine.  Prior to joining Evgentech, Ms. Hutter headed an IP strategy consultancy where she worked closely with business leaders at a variety of companies to maximize intangible asset value. Ms. Hutter was also previously a senior IP and innovation business counselor at a multi-national consumer products and chemical company from 2005-2007 and an attorney at a law firm where she managed a sophisticated U.S and foreign IP practice where she held progressively more senior titles. From 1996-1998, Ms. Hutter gained substantial experience as an IP litigator at a large regional law firm.  She holds a law degree from Chicago’s John Marshall Law School, where she graduated with high honors, a M.S. in from University of Cincinnati and a B.S. in Chemistry from Barry University. She is also a named inventor on a U.S. patent.