Lund has a J.D. from Duke Law School and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. His previous experience includes Johnson & Johnson and Syngenta, one of the world’s largest agribusiness companies, Ford Motor Company’s Wingcast subsidiary, and as a corporate attorney at Cooley, LLP. Some of his community activities include talking to groups at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce and Southeast Business Partnerships as well as a spokesman for the Douglas County’s Success Stories business program.
The candidates were judged for their community involvement, leadership in business, company accomplishments, important legal matters handled and other general information about their position as in-house counsel. After scoring each nominee, three judges along with DJB editors discussed the merits of each candidate before selecting finalist and then deciding on the winners.
The judges included Sam Cheris, past president and treasurer of the Association of Corporate Counsel-Colorado and general counsel for Integrated Asset Services; Kathleen Nalty, executive director of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness; and Jill Sisson, a private practice attorney specializing in corporate and securities law and former head of the Business Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association and a member of the executive committee and Board of Governors.
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Gevo is converting existing ethanol plants into biorefineries to make renewable building block products for the chemical and fuel industries. The Company plans to convert renewable raw materials into isobutanol and renewable hydrocarbons that can be directly integrated on a “drop in” basis into existing chemical and fuel products to deliver environmental and economic benefits. Gevo is committed to a sustainable biobased economy that meets society’s needs for plentiful food and clean air and water. For more information, visit
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