LAR ESG Report

Team

Our People

Experienced renewable energy developers.

The team at Leyline has been there, and done that – both as investors and as renewable energy developers ourselves. With decades of combined industry experience, and close to 200 projects under our belt, we’re uniquely positioned to help hard-working renewable energy developers take advantage of today’s opportunities.

In 2020, the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association named Leyline as the Clean Energy Innovator of the Year for “exemplifying true leadership that has already impacted North Carolina’s clean energy market in a significant way” and “demonstrating exemplary vision to create a new path forward in the clean energy industry.”

Team

Erik Lensch

CEO

Jay Modi

CFO

Eric Rubinstein

EVP & Chief Investment Officer

Hitesh Raikwar

VP/Head of Technology & Innovation

Daniel Copple

Director of Technical Services

Sherry Attaway

Corporate Controller

Clay Hartman

Director of Development & Construction Services

Joshua Schaff

Managing Director – Origination

Dylan Angelini

Project Manager

Richard Bethune

Associate Director

Sherrie Bridgers

Executive Administrator/Office Manager

Eoin Cahill

Associate, Portfolio Management

Grace Carter

ESG and Special Projects Analyst

Vipul Devluk

Associate Director

Tiara Dorsette

Development Analyst

Mindy Dunn

REALL Intern

Melissa French

Associate, Portfolio Management

Kiah Glenn (she/her)

JEDI Manager

Jessica Greer

Staff Accountant

Todd Kice

Managing Director – Origination

Zach Lucy

Technical Services Associate

Janson Mao

Director of Structured Finance

Libby McCravy

Accounting Manager

Allan Oduor

Technical Services Associate, Technical Services

Paulette Oxner

Closing Manager – Loan Servicer

Erica Reidy

Director of Investments

Christy Searl

Managing Director – Origination

Andrew Slaughter

Associate Engineer, Technology and Innovation

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Apparent alignments of human-made sites and natural land forms, these ancient straight paths were believed to have spiritual significance and were sometimes associated with sources of energy. We’ve adopted the term as a symbol of our commitment to finding and supporting more modern efforts to generate renewable energy.