Cloverly, an API for carbon offsets, uses technology to help businesses, organizations, and individuals with their sustainability efforts. Cloverly has made carbon offsetting available in a wide variety of business segments, from ridesharing and flights to fintech and supply chains. Offset projects in the Cloverly portfolio include everything from wind and solar farms to reforestation and improved forest management initiatives to the capture of emissions from landfills, abandoned mines, and renewable natural gas. Each publicly listed project in the Cloverly portfolio is verified and tracked by the leading registries and standards bodies in the voluntary market to ensure the quality, accuracy, and integrity of the offsets, and to determine that all offsets meet the standards for additionality.
Jason is the CEO of Cloverly, a Sustainability-as-a-Service company that helps businesses estimate and offset carbon emissions from digital transactions such as ecommerce, credit card transactions, shipping, flights, and more. Prior to Cloverly, Jason was an Entrepreneur-In-Residence (EIR) with Engage Ventures and a consultant and advisor to various startups. Jason was previously the CEO of Ally Commerce, an ecommerce software company that was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America for several years in a row. Before Ally Commerce, Jason was the General Manager for two of eBay’s emerging businesses. Prior to that, Jason spent seven years as a generalist in management consulting for companies such as Microsoft and Expedia. Jason started at Accenture, a global management consulting firm, and finished at Revel Consulting, which was the fastest growing consulting firm in the country. Jason obtained his MBA at the Kellogg School of Management and his BBA at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU).