Having effective working relationships with national and global industry leaders is critical to all stages of business development.
At Swift Global Results, we draw on decades of experience in the energy, mineral and government sectors to support the advancement of global, sustainable, clean energy and access to natural resources.
Swift Global Results clients lead the competition because our approach develop the best strategies and engages the right industry experts, associations, financial entities, business partners, and government influencers for the specific needs to each project in order to identify and void missed opportunities and bureaucratic delays that can kill any project.
Our capabilities and experience include:
Our founder, Judd Swift, is the former U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs in the Office of Fossil Energy.
Mr. Swift was the U.S. delegate to the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum, one of the earliest global decarbonization movements. In this role, Judd worked with with U.S. DOE programs to facilitate the integration of U.S energy technologies with that of other nations.
At Swift Global Results, Mr. Swift continues to focus on the decarbonization of the fossil industry, working with numerous industries producing massive quantities of CO2 and S2. Examples industries served include coal, cement, aluminum, steel, natural gas, refining, agriculture, and rare earth/critical minerals.
Mr. Swift's extensive experience with developing clean energy solutions is the key to success for entities seeking proven, modern technologies that support sustainable, clean energy.
Wendy Beach is the Director of Business Development.
Wendy holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree from George Mason University. She is a proud Penn State alumni where she received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting in 1985.
Wendy has more than 35 years of experience supporting both large established firms and start-ups launch new technologies, products and services. She has been in the energy industry since 2014.
Her skills include financial modeling and analysis, business plan development, project management, developing new corporate policies and processes, conducting due diligence and negotiation for acquisitions/divestitures of technology, and R&D project oversite.
Accomplishments include a 1998 Smithsonian Institute (Freddie Mac team) award for Innovative Technology for the invention and commercialization of the automation of mortgage underwriting.