Neil Peters-Michaud currently serves as a Governor appointed member of the Wisconsin Council on Recycling and is as a Board Member of the Weinert Applied Ventures and Entrepreneurship program at the University of Wisconsin. He has worked as a technical consultant to the International Business Leaders Forum on a project funded by the World Bank to establish a safe and sustainable electronics refurbishing and demanufacturing facility in Ethiopia.
Neil is also a founder and owner of Cascade Asset Management, a Wisconsin based information technology equipment retirement solutions provider. Neil started the company with his partner in April, 1999. Cascade now has over 70 employees and has processed over 60 million pounds of electronic equipment from companies across North America. The company now operates out of three processing facilities totaling over 65,000 square feet; in Wisconsin, Indiana and Florida.
Neil has published papers in international and national publications and has been invited to speak at a number of industry conferences on electronics recovery and recycling.
Neil holds a MBA and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Philosophy and Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin. He is married to Jessica, his wife of over 16 years, and has two children.
Cascade Asset Management
6701 Manufacturers Drive * Madison, WI 53704