Tesla Motors Recipient Of 2013 Game Changer Award – Video
“Tesla Motors is the 2013 Game Changer Honoree.”
“Diarmuid O’Connell accepts the award on behalf of Tesla and also sits down for a brief conversation with Steve Jurvetson.”
We assume you know who both O’Connell and Jurvetson are, but if not, then here’s a brief summary:
Vice President, Business Development
Diarmuid joined Tesla in 2006, and currently serves as the Vice President of Business Development in which capacity he manages commercial relationships and all aspects of government affairs. Before joining Tesla, Diarmuid served as Chief of Staff for Political Military Affairs at the US State Department, where he was involved in policy and operational support to the U.S military in various theaters of operation.
Tesla Board Of Directors
Steve serves on the Tesla board of directors and hold the distinction of being the world’s first Tesla Model S owner.
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