Mr. Grybowski is the Chief Executive Officer of Deepwater Wind, where he manages the company's portfolio of offshore wind, solar, energy storage and transmission projects. He has been intimately involved since its inception in the development of America's first offshore wind farm, the path-breaking Block Island Wind Farm, which went into commercial operation in 2016. Mr. Grybowski is now leading the company's efforts to develop a series of utility-scale offshore wind projects to serve the northeast United States with total potential capacity of more than 2,000 MW. Mr. Grybowski led the negotiations that resulted in the revenue contracts for the next two offshore windfarms to be built in the United States, the South Fork Wind Farm to serve New York and the Skipjack Wind Farm to serve Maryland. He is a member of the boards of several organizations including the American Wind Energy Association, the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook University, Roger Williams University, the Massachusetts Business Roundtable, and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Grybowski previously served as Chief of Staff to the Governor of the State of Rhode Island, where he was the Governor's most senior advisor on all matters of state business. He previously practiced corporate law at Hinckley, Allen & Snyder in Providence, Rhode Island and at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York, New York. Mr. Grybowski earned an A.B. with Honors in Public Policy from Brown University and a J.D. with High Honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law.