Daniel M. Coombs
Mr. Coombs most recently served from January 2017 through July 2020 as executive vice president global manufacturing, projects and refining for LyondellBasell Industries N.V. Mr. Coombs previously served as executive vice president for LyondellBasell's global business lines: olefins and polyolefins from January 2016 to January 2017, intermediates and derivatives from May 2015 to January 2016, and technology from May 2015 to September 2019.
Mr. Coombs previously spent 37 years at Chevron Phillips Chemical Company and Phillips Petroleum, serving as senior vice president global manufacturing from December 2013 to May 2015, specialties, aromatics and styrenics from January 2012 to November 2013, and deputy general manager, Qatar Chemical Company. Mr. Coombs earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University, a Master of Science from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Business Administration from Texas A&M University. Mr. Coombs is an American Institute of Chemical Engineers Foundation Trustee and Chairman for the Corporate Council. In addition, Mr. Coombs is a registered professional engineer.
Steven F. Bouck
Bouck worked for Waste Connections, Inc., for more than 20 years serving first as its chief financial officer and then as president until his departure in 2018. Before joining Waste Connections Inc., he developed significant financial services experience, focus on the environmental industry, through his roles with First Analysis Corporation. Bouck currently does not serve on any other public company boards.
Ms. Burnell serves as a Director of CC Industries, Inc., an affiliate of Henry Crown and Company, a privately owned investment company that invests in public and private securities, real estate, and operating companies. In her role, Ms. Burnell focuses primarily on sourcing and executing new investment opportunities, and providing strategic, financial and operational oversight to operating companies. Previously, Ms. Burnell served as a Director and Co-Head of Corporate Development for UL (Underwriters Laboratories) and Vice President of the Investment Banking Division for Citigroup. Ms. Burnell holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, summa cum laude, from the University of Richmond, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Mr. Fieler served as the Founder and Portfolio Manager of Sylebra Capital Management, a global investment manager, where he managed an active portfolio in the global technology, media, and telecommunications sectors with assets under management in excess of $1.5 billion. He also served as a Senior Partner and Partner at Coatue Management, a global investment manager, where he managed investment research and portfolio positions related to the internet, media and telecom industries. Additionally, Mr. Fieler was a Managing Director and Senior Internet Analyst at investment bank Bear Stearns. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Brown University, and a Masters of Business Administration from NYU Stern School of Business.
Tim Glockner is the president and CEO of Glockner Enterprises, a six-generation and 172-year-old transportation, finance, insurance, oil and investment company based in Portsmouth, Ohio. For over 22 years, Mr. Glockner has gained experience in operations, leadership and company development within the family’s portfolio of 18 companies. Mr. Glockner is president of the Southeastern Region LMA for Buick GMC, Vice Chair of the Ohio Automobile Dealer’s Association, director for Ford FDAF Cincinnati Region, and director for the Tri-State Honda Dealer’s Ad Association. He is a past recipient of the Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Citizen Award and is also an eight-time winner of the Toyota President’s Award. His community work includes serving on the board of Friends of Portsmouth, board trustee for the Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center, and the Glockner Family Foundation. Mr. Glockner is a past board member of Shawnee State University Development Foundation, past board member of Southern Ohio Medical Center Development Foundation, and the past board president of Notre Dame Catholic Schools. Mr. Glockner holds a BSBA in Entrepreneurial Studies from Xavier University.
Lead Independent Director
Jacoby has more than 30 years of leadership experience serving in top roles in research and development, manufacturing, strategy, and finance within the plastics and technology industries. He has spent 19 years at Milliken & Company, working his way from business manager to his current role as chief strategy officer and senior vice president of corporate development. Jacoby currently does not serve on any other public company boards.
Mr. Musa has over thirty years of leadership, planning, and development experience in the petrochemical and biopolymer industry, including senior advisory and board roles at Advent International, Bain & Company, Oxiteno, Abiquim (Associação Brasileira da Indústria Química), International Council of Chemical Associations, Alliance to End Plastic Waste, Amcham (Brazil-US Chamber of Commerce), the American Chemical Council and the World Plastics Council. Musa was the CEO of Braskem S.A. from 2016 to 2019 and CEO of Braskem America (with responsibility for Braskem´s businesses in USA and Europe) from 2012 to 2016, where he launched multiple initiatives and achieved record EBITDA. Fluent in four languages, Mr. Musa has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA) in Brazil, and a Masters of Business Administration from Insead in Fountainebleau, France.
Chief Executive Officer
As a business leader based in Shanghai with responsibilities for Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, and India specialty polymer business units, Dustin led the successful regional integration of two major companies, achieved year-over-year financial growth, and built a strong organizational and project foundation. Prior activities and achievements include successful completion of major turnarounds (>$200MM), start-up of small, mid-sized, and large-scale new construction projects, and two new business start-up activities. He won several local and external recognitions, including the 2015 Coker person of the year for his work to implement a novel process safety innovation within the Refining Coking Technology. Olson holds a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla, a masters in chemical engineering from the University of Houston, and a masters in business administration from Rice University. He strongly supports numerous educational endeavors as a Board Member for the Industrial Advisor Counsel at the University of Missouri-Rolla Department of Chemical Engineering (2009-12), the Rice University Jones School Alumni (2010-13), and the Steeleville High School Foundation (current).
John Scott is the Founder and Principal of the Company and has served as PCT’s Chief Science Officer and as a member of the Company’s board of directors since October 2015. Additionally, he has served as a senior scientific advisor to PCT’s management team since 2015. Additionally, Dr. Scott is a founder of XLTG and served as its CEO from 1993 to 2013. For the early part of his career, Dr. Scott was an academic scientist for various universities and government labs including the Universities of Maryland, North Carolina and Arizona and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Additionally, he served as a scientific consultant to six national governments and has advised NATO and the Institute for Defense Analysis. Based on these experiences, Dr. Scott devised a systematic methodology for founding, funding and scaling start-up disruptive technology companies. He is a dual program Ph.D. in Physics/Astrophysics with over 60 papers published. Dr. Scott has vast scientific expertise and over 45 years of experience in scientific development, consulting and leadership.