Evolution of a Startup Operator

Recently, I was asked by a founder how my role changed as Choose Energy grew. I thought this was a great question, and honestly wasn’t something I’d spent too much time considering.

Now that I sit on the investor side of the table, I realize founders and executives should hire to take things off their plate. As an early-employee, you want to be the person that gets the first chance at those opportunities.

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Partner @ IntelisCapital | former product @ Choose Energy | writing on climate change and the energy transition at kevindstevens.com + electrified.substack.com

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Partner @ IntelisCapital | former product @ Choose Energy | writing on climate change and the energy transition at kevindstevens.com + electrified.substack.com

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