David R. Goodman, Principal of North Arrows LLC commencing activities in December of 2003. North Arrows specializes in power and energy investments and became the control investor in ISE Corporation in the fall of 2004 and in of March of 2011 ISE was sold to a European company.
Goodman is a 45-year participant in the power generation, construction and asset investment marketplace. Goodman was Chief Executive Officer and founder of United American Energy Corp. (UAE) between 1980 and 2003. UAE developed, acquired, owned, managed and financed utility grade electric generating facilities specializing in renewable energy such as hydroelectric power and renewable solid waste fuels, plus non-renewable gas-fired and coal co-generation. UAE operated and/or owned interests in 22 power plants, aggregating over 895 MW of capacity and sited in Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, California and Virginia.
Prior to UAE, Mr. Goodman was employed by Grow Tunneling Corporation between 1973 and 1980. Goodman served in numerous positions, including Field and then Project Engineer and Business Manager on the New York City Water Tunnel, one of the largest public works projects in the country.
David Goodman is the brother of Andrew Goodman, and the President of The Andrew Goodman Foundation for social justice, human dignity and civil rights (www.andrewgoodman.org). Andrew was murdered on June 21, 1964 by the Ku Klux Klan with two of his co-workers James Chaney and Michael Schwerner while pursuing voter registration for African Americans in Mississippi.
Mr. Goodman earned a B.S. in engineering science (Civil Engineering) from Antioch College in 1969 and an M.B.A. from Stanford University in 1971. He has formerly held positions as: president of the New York Alliance for Hydroelectric Energy, director of the National Hydropower Association, member and director of the Electric Power Supply Association, and member of the New York Independent Power Producers Association (IPPNY). He is presently a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Moles, the American Solar Energy Society. He presently sits on the NRDC Global Leadership Council (National Resources Defense Council), the Advisory Board of the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks (WildCenter) and the Board of Trustees of Antioch College. He has written and lectured on various aspects of utility and independent energy, renewable energy development, sustainability and global climate disruption mitigation applying systems engineering analysis and social policy planning.
Donald T. Krom Jr.
Donald T. Krom Jr., has had over 23 years of financial, administrative and engineering experience. He was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of United American Energy Corp. and held a variety of increasingly responsible positions in development, finance and administration dating back to his joining United American Energy Corp. in its infancy in 1984.
Mr. Krom is a Director of ISE Corporation and was a Director of American Ref-Fuel Company from April 2001 to December 2003. Mr. Krom holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University and a Master of Business Administration from Pace University.
Stephen P. Strait
Stephen P. Strait has over 23 years of operations and financial experience. He was Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of United American Energy Corp. and held a variety of increasingly responsible positions in all aspects of operations He was also an officer and Director in United American Energy Corp.’s operating subsidiaries.
Prior to 1987, he was a chief engineer responsible for the shipyard overhaul of nuclear power plants. Mr. Strait is a Director of ISE Corporation. Mr. Strait holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and a Master in Business Administration from Rutgers University.