SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549
Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): April 24, 2012
CIRALIGHT GLOBAL, INC.
(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)
Nevada 0-54036 26-4549003
(State or other jurisdiction (Commission (IRS Employer
of incorporation) File Number) Identification Number)
670 E. Parkridge, Suite 112, Corona, California 92879
(Address of Principal Executive Offices) (Zip Code)
(Registrant's telephone number, including area code)
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ITEM. 5.02 DEPARTURE OF DIRECTORS OR CERTAIN OFFICERS; ELECTION OF DIRECTORS;
APPOINTMENT OF CERTAIN OFFICERS; COMPENSATORY ARRANGEMENTS WITH
On April 24, 2012, the Company's Board of Directors elected Terry S. Adams,
Larry Eisenberg and Richard Katz as Directors of the Company. The three new
Directors will serve on the Board of Directors until the next Annual Meeting of
TERRY SCOT ADAMS, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND DIRECTOR
Terry Scot Adams is a Director and Executive Vice President of SA
Recycling. Originally started by Terry's Father in 1973, as a small junk yard
with a handful of employees, the company today operates over 50 facilities in
California, Arizona, Nevada and Mexico. The list of facilities includes two deep
water ports and four automobile shredding plants. The company has 1,500
employees and will process and recycle more than three million tons of steel
this year, accounting for almost 10% of all scrap metal exported from the U.S.
Mr. Adams' many roles in the company have included: shredder operator,
design engineer, plant manager, regulatory compliance officer, and in his
current capacity he is involved in acquisitions and strategic planning.
Over the past thirty years Mr. Adams has developed an extensive background
and expertise in the recycling, processing, shredding, and management of all
types of metals and waste streams, including hazardous, reactive, and
radioactive materials. In 1993 Mr. Adams helped form the first lithium recycling
company and was the chief design engineer for the world's first lithium battery
recycling plant located in Trail, British Columbia. That company, Toxco, Inc.
has grown into one of the largest battery recyclers in the US and is currently
building a new Department of Energy (DOE) sponsored facility at one of its
plants in Ohio. When completed in 2012, this plant will be the first dedicated
Electric Vehicle battery recycling operation in the US. Mr. Adams served as the
company president from 1999 to 2011, and is currently Chairman of the Board of
In 1997 Mr. Adams started the company's chemical manufacturing division
specializing in the production of Lithium Hydroxide and Inorganic Fluorine
compounds, with plants in Ohio and Oklahoma.
Mr. Adams was also involved in the development of the company's
radioactive materials management facility in Oak Ridge TN and the LithChem
Energy research lab in Philadelphia PA. The Oak Ridge facility handles low level
radioactive and classified obsolete materials for the DOE and the research lab
specializes in the development of high energy density battery and
ultracapacitors, primarily for military applications.
Company websites: www.sarecycling.com www.gotscrap.com www.toxco.com
* NON-PROFIT BOARD service includes: Foundation Board Children's
Hospital Orange County (CHOC), Executive Board member Orange County
Council, Boy Scouts of America, and USC Viterbi (Engineering) Board of
* EDUCATION Mr. Adams holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical
Engineering from USC (1981) and a Masters in Business Administration
from Cal State Fullerton (1985)
* PERSONAL He has been married to his wife Leslie (whom he met at USC)
for 25 years and has two children: his daughter Sarah is finishing her
third year in college studying engineering, and his son Travis is a
senior in high school.
Mr. Adams is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Young Presidents
Organization (Orange County Chapter), has completed nine triathlons including a
full Ironman in 2010, is an Eagle Scout (along with his son) and enjoys
motorcycle riding, hunting and skiing.
LARRY EISENBERG, DIRECTOR
Larry Eisenberg is Principal of Sustainable Strategies Today. Sustainable
Strategies Today helps clients across the nation implement sustainable design
and renewable energy solutions, working as a strategic advisor and owner's
representative. Prior to founding Sustainable Strategies Today, Mr. Eisenberg
serves as the Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Development for the
Los Angeles Community College District, the largest community college district
in the nation. Serving more than 36 cities in Los Angeles County and covering
nearly 900 square miles, the nine colleges of the LACCD have been educating and
training the region's diverse workforce since 1969.
As the Executive Director, Mr. Eisenberg oversaw all planning, facilities
development, maintenance and real estate activities at the District. Mr.
Eisenberg directed the District's award -winning $6 billion Sustainable Building
Program, one of the nation 's largest "green" construction and renewable energy
efforts. The program was established to modernize the LACCD's nine colleges,
focusing on sustainability by embracing nationally recognized environmental
standards and guidelines. By the time the construction and renewable energy
efforts are complete, the District is expected to have 85 new buildings that
meet the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED (Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design) standards with nearly 20 of them being certified as LEED
Platinum. In addition, a significant share of the District's energy requirements
will be met with renewable energy.
Mr. Eisenberg has extensive experience with major construction projects and
is an expert on sustainable building practices. He has published numerous
articles on a variety of construction -related topics and on innovative
public/private partnerships in building projects. Mr. Eisenberg is a sought
after speaker, regularly serving as a keynote speaker at meetings and
conferences around the country on topics of sustainable design, renewable
energy, and building construction practices.
Previously, Mr. Eisenberg was the facilities manager for the Washington
County, Oregon where he was responsible for capital construction, maintenance
and operations, sustainable initiatives and public/private partnerships. He also
served as an associate vice president for physical planning and development at
the University of Wisconsin System, managing the construction, remodeling,
maintenance and operation of more than 42 million feet of classroom, dormitory,
laboratory and administrative space. Mr. Eisenberg has also held several senior
management positions with the Wisconsin state government.
Mr. Eisenberg serves on the sustainability advisory committee for several
national organizations, including the American College and University Presidents
Climate Commitment, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in
Higher Education, and the National Association of College and University Budget
Mr. Eisenberg received a bachelor's degree in urban studies from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a master's degree in public affairs
from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He
was born and raised in California's San Fernando Valley and attended North
Hollywood High School. Eisenberg is married and has a grown son, who lives in
the Seattle area.
RICHARD KATZ, DIRECTOR
Richard Katz is the owner of a successful public policy and government
relations firm based in Los Angeles, Richard Katz Consulting Inc. ("RKC"). RKC
offers a wide variety of services, including strategic advice, message
development, negotiations/mediation and government relations strategies. RKC
brings a vast knowledge of all levels of government and can guide clients
through the maze of both bureaucratic and regulatory concerns. In addition, they
can develop, direct and implement a communications strategy to specific
stakeholders. Targeting interest groups and helping clients gain entry into
organizations, stakeholders and corporations through their vast contacts and
decades of relationships is their specialty.
Richard Katz was California's lead negotiator for the landmark Colorado
River Agreement between the State of California, the Federal Government, four
California Water Agencies, and the six Colorado River Basin States, furthering
his expertise as a negotiator on issues of statewide significance. Mr. Katz had
already played a pivotal role in renegotiating $30 Billion worth of California's
Energy contracts and developing California's Transportation Blueprint for the
21st Century, which the voters approved as Proposition III in 1990.
Shortly after his election in June of 2005, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio
Villaraigosa appointed Mr. Katz to serve with him on the Governing Board of the
Metropolitan Transportation Authority. After the horrific Metrolink accident in
2008, the Mayor appointed Mr. Katz to the Metrolink Board, where he now serves
In January 2003, Governor Davis appointed Mr. Katz his Senior Advisor on
Energy and Water issues. In 2001, Mr. Katz was appointed to the State Water
Resources Control Board, confirmed by the Senate and served for six years,
occupying the water quality seat.
Mr. Katz was first elected to the California State Assembly in 1980 and
served continuously for 16 years. As Democratic Leader in 1995, Mr. Katz led the
Democratic Party back to majority status by winning 43 seats in the 1996
elections. California's term limits law prohibited Mr. Katz from seeking
For 10 years, Mr. Katz served as Chair of the powerful Assembly
Transportation Committee. Mr. Katz authored Proposition 111, a 10-year
Transportation Blueprint passed by the voters. He created the Congestion
Management Plan, requiring cities and counties to measure and mitigate impacts
of land use decisions on their streets, highways and transit Systems. Mr. Katz
also spearheaded numerous investigations of governmental waste.
In addition to serving as Chair of the Transportation Committee, Mr. Katz
worked in policy areas including education, environment, criminal justice and
consumer issues. Some of his accomplishments include laws he wrote dealing with
prison reform, groundwater protection, computer education, a $100 million school
bus replacement program, Mono Lake restoration and landmark water market
Mr. Katz was Chair of Angelenos for Better Classrooms, which led the
successful 1997 campaign to pass a $2.4 billion L.A. school bond. Mr. Katz
currently serves on the Management Committee and Board of the Economic Alliance
of the San Fernando Valley and the Boards of: Heal the Bay, ValIey Presbyterian
Hospital, The Children's Community School, Project Grad and the West Coast
Sports Medicine Foundation,
A native of Los Angeles, Katz lives in Sherman Oaks with Wendy Mitchell,
their 4-year-old son Mitchell Robert and their two dogs.
No compensatory arrangements have been made between the three new Directors
and the Company.
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as
amended, the Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf
by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
DATED: April 30, 2012
CIRALIGHT GLOBAL, INC.
By: /s/ Jeffrey S. Brain
Jeffrey S. Brain
President and Chief Executive Officer