Norman (Finn) Findley has more than twenty years of commercialization and brand expertise, principally at The Coca-Cola Company. In his career, he has worked in brand development, field management, channel strategy and key account management. Most recently, Finn was responsible for the development of a new commercialization process for Coca-Cola in the United States, inclusive of all brands, packages and innovations. Finn serves Quest Renewables as CEO and general manager, ensuring that all functions of the company work seamlessly together, as well as leading the sales, marketing and commercialization efforts. Finn also serves on the Executive Committee of the Georgia Solar Energy Association Board of Directors as Treasurer.
With more than 13 years of solar industry experience across multiple leadership roles, Will is uniquely positioned to drive strategy and operational excellence at Quest. Over the course of six years at SolarCity, Will progressed through installation and support field roles before taking on the leadership and growth of operations in Los Angeles, CA, and later, Toronto, Ontario. Following SolarCity, Will spent time at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) as a Solar Technology Specialist, bringing Georgia Tech industry expertise that has helped shape the commercial application and products of Quest Renewables’ racking solutions.
Gerry is an asset to the Quest leadership team, sharing his leadership experience in finance, operations, project management, client management, pension management and public accounting with the team. His collaborative management style fosters development among Quest’s cross functional teams. Before retiring from a 30+ year finance career in various capacities at The Coca-Cola Company, Gerry spent five years as a detective investigating cases for a prosecutor’s office in New Jersey.
BEAU BALDOCKSVP, Supply Chain
Beau Baldock comes to Quest with eight years of solar industry experience, five of them managing and standardizing residential solar operations at SolarCity. His track record of developing efficient operational processes that achieve high customer satisfaction has prepared him to help scale Quest’s operations and supply chain organizations. Additionally, Beau’s time spent in the field as a solar installer and field engineer provide him with the necessary perspective to ensure Quest’s products cater to the needs of the end customer, installers and quality and safety professionals.
GAYLE HADENMarketing Director
Gayle Haden leads all marketing initiatives for Quest Renewables and works closely with the sales team. Gayle has 20 years of developing and executing marketing initiatives for B2B, B2C and non-profit companies. As a collaborative and versatile leader, Gayle has gained broad marketing knowledge and experience from numerous product launches, consumer and business promotions and events. The three years prior to joining Quest, Gayle managed donor relations and marketing efforts for a non-profit organization based in the US and working in Kenya.
JAMES KEANELead Technical Designer
James Keane graduated with a BS in Architecture from The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Before graduating, he worked with Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture on a grant project that was a part of the Department of Energy’s Sunshot Initiative. The prototyping and initial design work from this project led to the commercialization of QuadPod™ solar canopies. After graduation, James assisted Formations Studio with modeling the design for Stealth, an outdoor sculpture at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art. James now serves Quest as Lead Technical Designer and continues to gain experience in design, tooling and documentation.
MICHAEL LEVITTBusiness Development Manager
Michael oversees business development for Quest and is responsible for new customer acquisition, marketing support, and proposal design. He graduated with a B.A. from UCLA in 2016 with a major in Political Science and a minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies, focusing his research on sustainable development in the Middle East. Before joining Quest, Michael worked for a number of international development organizations and policy research institutions in Washington DC.
DARBY ALLISONSystems Engineer
Darby is a recent graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Leadership, where she studied abroad and learned about the different sustainable practices around the world. During her studies, she co-oped at a project management, green transit technology company that ignited her passion for renewable energy. Between graduation and beginning work at Quest, she embarked on a short but beneficial entrepreneurial journey with her own startup in Georgia Tech’s Startup Launch program. There, she learned the ins-and-outs of starting a small business. She is excited to be at Quest working to move green technology forward across the country.