|Born||1975 (age 44–45)|
Clay Alexander is an American inventor and serial entrepreneur who holds more than 100 patents worldwide and is the Founder and CEO of Ember, a global consumer electronics brand and maker of the World’s First Temperature Control Mug.
As a lifelong entrepreneur, Alexander started his first company, Radiance Lightworks, in 1999 at the age of 23. It has become one of the top lighting design firms in the country, boasting an extensive client list which includes Universal Studios, Mattel and 20th Century Fox.
He then launched his second company, Journée Lighting, in 2005 and created the world's first LED track light. He scaled it to be one of the most respected brands in LED lighting and it was during this time that Alexander also invented General Electric's LED light bulb, the GE Infusion™.
With decades of experience building and scaling successful companies, Alexander combined both his business savvy and talent as a world-class inventor to launch Ember.
Ember released its first temperature control mug with Starbucks in fall of 2016 and continues to disrupt the drinkware industry with its award-winning product introductions - making a significant impact on the way people drink coffee and tea. Ember is blazing a path to become the next major household brand.
- "Ember - Clay Alexander". Ember.