Trevor joined the GP Energy Management team as an analyst in January of 2017 after earning his Ph.D. with distinction from Georgetown University in Photochemistry. While at Georgetown, Trevor investigated novel energy transfer mechanisms along small organic frameworks using a variety of spectroscopic techniques. Under fellowships from the National Science Foundation, Trevor collaborated internationally with the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei and the Universidade de Campinas in Brazil. His research provided mechanistic insights into excited-state dynamics which may aid in the development of next-generation photovoltaics or energy-storage devices. These contributions can be found in the Journal of Physical Chemistry and elsewhere.
Trevor earned his B.S. in Chemistry from Villanova University in 2011.