Clay Braziller has a passion for commercializing innovative technologies that have positive social impacts. He has worked with many organizations including; EaglePicher Medical Power, Medtronic, Industry Canada, Lighthouse Sustainable Building Centre, Starfish Medical, SFU 4D Labs, Evasc Medical Systems and the Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation. Most recently he was the Director of Healthcare for Tractivity, where he led the launch of a wearable sensor into the US healthcare system. Clay holds a B.Eng and an MBA in International Business (McGill University).
Clay is a Senior Technology Manager with SFU Industry Engagement and visiting lecturer on technology commercialization and marketing in the Beedie School of Business.