Sam Tabar has recently enlisted Caitlin Sparks to help his company, FullCycle, develop focused clean energy policies that also take into account market assets, resource recovery, and global sustainability initiatives. Although Caitlin Sparks has worked with a variety of politicians and corporate leaders, FullCycle’s General Partner Tabar is confident that she will be able to do even more good work by being focused on FullCycle’s efforts exclusively.
As of right now, General Partner Sam Tabar has led FullCycle in developing a number of different initiatives that are each geared toward improving the United States of America’s ecological impact. More specifically, FullCycle is currently working on a waste to energy project that could have a serious impact on America’s future energy needs. By bringing on Caitlin Sparks and involving her in the project, General Partner Tabar hopes to bring more legitimacy to the company’s efforts and prove that they’re serious about the future of the country.
In addition to guiding the growth and expansion of FullCycle, General Partner Tabar has also had considerable experience in working with a variety of other startups. Although Tabar primarily looks into markets that have substantial growth potential, he is also incredibly concerned with the impact that companies can have on both the environment and society as a whole. For instance, Sam Tabar helped lead the initial funding push into the company THINX, which was dedicated to helping women in Africa have access to feminine hygiene products.
As a renowned investor, Tabar’s investment portfolio is a diverse as it is unique. Tabar doesn’t just take the safe picks that other investors take, he’s willing to take risks if he feels it could have a profound impact on the world’s future. It’s for this reason that he has pushed so hard for bringing in a clean energy expert like Caitlin Sparks and why he has devoted so much effort to directing the focus of FullCycle’s initiatives.