Kent Mc Clure | Founder & CEO Kent is a Carnegie Mellon graduate with over 10 years of executive leadership experience in industrial design and engineering.
He has a successful entrepreneurial history, founding a prior tech-based startup which he grew to $100 million in revenue, followed by acquisition in 2010 and then IPO shortly after.
We design an advanced smart hub technology that enables users to interconnect and remotely monitor all of their cooking devices and kitchen appliances through a single user-friendly platform.
To make homes smarter, more connected, and safer for families while helping them save money and conserve energy through the power of affordable, automated technology.
Whether it’s remotely turning on the coffee pot after getting out of bed, turning off the stove if it was accidentally left on via smartphone, or switching on the crockpot before getting home from work, Culina is purpose-built to deliver unrivaled convenience and peace of mind.
With the ability to set energy usage caps on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, Culina helps homeowners stay within their monthly utility budget and save energy in the kitchen through more efficient use of the dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, stove, and other common appliances.
Sherri Carlson | COO Sherri earned her MBA from Harvard Business School.
She oversees all of Culina’s ongoing operations and procedures and is responsible for driving Culina to achieve and surpass sales, profitability, cash flow, and business goals and objectives.
She currently manages Culina’s financial risks and handles all financial planning, record-keeping, and reporting.
An enormous need exists for dramatic reductions in energy consumption.