Murat Armbruster

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"Murat is a founding partner of the clean technology hedge fund, Atlas Capital Investments, LP. After graduating from the University of Michigan with high honors, Murat launched GlobaLearn in 1993, the first K-12 eLearning website to help prepare our nation's children for global citizenship. GlobaLearn was acquired by Houghton Mifflin in 2001 and featured in Don Tapscott's bestselling Growing Up Digital. Murat represented the education sector as a member of the U.S. delegation led by Vice President Gore to the G-7 Information Society Summit. During the 2004 presidential campaign, he served as Deputy Executive Officer to General Wesley K. Clark during his bid to become the Democratic Party's nominee. In 2005, he was a founding partner and Chief Operating Officer of Adina for Life, a San Francisco-based beverage company focused on fair trade and sustainable business practices. Murat is a member of the Social Venture Network, has a black belt in karate, and speaks French and Mandarin." [1]

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  1. Executive Team, Carbon War Room, accessed March 16, 2011.