Millennium Sustainable Ventures Corp. (ticker: MILC), previously Millennium Investment & Acquisition Co. Inc., previously Millennium India Acquisition Inc., currently has two areas of business focus: (i) sustainable cultivation of cannabis in greenhouses, (ii) sustainable production of activated carbon.
Millennium Cannabis is focused on greenhouse cultivation as a sustainable low-cost method that should complete favorably within the states we operate in.
Millennium Carbon is developing a novel technology to produce Activated Carbon using an organic waste stream as feedstock. Millennium Carbon has built a pilot-scale proof-of-concept plant in Kentucky. Millennium Carbon is currently formulating a plan for a commercial-scale plant
Mr. Lesser has over 35 years of experience in finance, investments, and business operating experience. In addition to serving as Chairman and CEO of the Company, Mr. Lesser also serves as Chairman and CEO of Power REIT (Ticker: PW) since 2011. In addition, he is the President of Hudson Bay Partners, LP (“HBP”), an investment firm focused primarily on real estate-related and alternative energy opportunities since its inception in 1996; Co-Founder and CEO of IntelliStay Hospitality Management, LLC; President of DHL Realty, Inc.; and President of IntelliGen Power Systems, LLC. Previously, Mr. Lesser was a Director of Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch & Co. Mr. Lesser holds a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.). from Cornell University and a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University
Mr. McTavish has over 30 years’ experience in real estate investing including development, distressed debt, and bankruptcies for several widely recognized real estate funds. Mr. McTavish currently serves as Managing Partner of Summit Capital Partners, LP which he founded in 1998. From 2016 –2019, Mr. McTavish was a Managing Director of Westport Capital Partners UK, LLP where he led efforts to invest in real estate and real estate related debt & securities throughout Europe for Westport Capital Partners LLC. Mr. McTavish also currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Institutional Real Estate, Inc. (IREI). Additionally, from 2003-2007 he served as a member of the Board of Directors of Lodgian, Inc. a publicly traded hotel company. At Lodgian he was Chairman of both the Compensation & Nominating Committees as a member of the Audit Committee. From 1995 -2003 Mr. McTavish was a Principal at Colony Capital, LLC. He was a member of Investment Committee and Major Asset Review Committee. Colony has invested in and manages nearly $60 billion in real estate assets. From 1998-2002 he led Colony’s efforts in establishing offices in Japan & Korea. He was an active member of the Board of Directors for publicly traded Verado Holdings, Inc. – an investment made with Texas Pacific Group and the Donald Sturm Group. Prior to Colony he was a founder of Brazos Asset Management (later renamed Lone StarOpportunity Fund) for the Robert Bass Group. Mr. McTavish holds an M.B.A. in Real Estate from The Wharton School of Business and a B.S. from the United States Naval Academy (Superintendent’s List, 1980).
Mr. Greene has more than 25 years of experience advising firms in the life sciences, technology and real estate investment arena. He has been CEO of Marquette Partners (and its predecessor Marquette Advisors) since 2003 and was Managing Director of Canons Park Advisors from 2014-2019. He has acted as an advisor to numerous firms involved in acquisitions and repositioning business strategies, with emphasis in the healthcare services and life sciences sector. This work included service as a director of Patient Home Monitoring from 2010 to 2017 as the company acquired businesses and then split into VieMed (Toronto Stock Exchange) and Protech Home Medical (Toronto Venture Exchange). In August 2019, Mr. Greene was appointed to serve as director and CEO of Brattle Street Investment Company as the company seeks new opportunities in the life sciences sector. Mr. Greene has served as general counsel to technology and real estate investment firms, including managers for Brazos and Lone Star Funds, which acquired and sold billions of dollars in assets. Mr. Greene holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Harvard College and a law degree from Harvard Law School.
Ms. Rouziek has more than 10 years of accounting, tax, and audit experience. Ms. Rouziek currently serves as Manager of Refined Products & Renewables Accounting at CVR Energy, Inc. Previously she was an audit manager at PKF Texas from 2016-2021, where she audited and reviewed SEC filers and privately-held companies, and engaged in special projects for clients related to adoption of new accounting guidance, including the new Revenue Recognition guidance and Lease guidance, as well as projects related to internal controls process improvements. Prior to that she was a supervising senior auditor at MaloneBailey, LLP from 2010 to 2016 where she audited and reviewed SEC filers. Throughout her professional and academic careers, Ms. Rouziek was engaged in leadership activity where she worked to train and develop individuals on a variety of accounting and auditing topics.Ms. Rouziek holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from University of Houston and an MLA in English Literature and an MSA in accounting from University of St. Thomas.