Monnie Lo currently serves as CEO at CompuCycle. Throughout her 20-year tenure with CompuCycle, Monnie Oversees operations, Sales, and Finance. She also developed and managed a profitable business model for the continuous growth of Compucycle. Monnie holds an MBA and bachelor’s degree in Economics and Japanese studies. Away from work, she enjoys music and is a huge dog lover. Monnie believes in simplicity in life and at work, focus on what is important. Take care of your people, focus on the customer and act on what is important.
Kelly Adels Hess currently serves as President at CompuCycle, Houston's first R2 Certified, Woman-Owed, EPA accredited electronics recycling facility. CompuCycle provides large corporations new and end-of-life IT Asset Management Services including onsite asset inventorying, data destruction, asset re-marketing, data center decomissioning and responsible, safe and secure electronics recycling. In her role, she's most passionate about educating the community on responsible e-waste recycling as well as showing corporations how CompuCycle can transform IT Departments from a cost center to a profit center while cultivating new community-minded business. She focuses on how to make a streamlined and tailored solution for any company’s electronic disposal needs. Kelly graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Psychology. She has been a proud member of WBEA for the last 6 years. Kelly’s pride and joy is her husband and co-owner Clive Hess as well as her 2 daughters, Zoey and Juliette. She volunteers in her free time and currently serves on numerous committees in the community as well as sits on the Board of the Emery Weiner School. She is also a proud and current YPO member of the Houston Gulf States Chapter.
Clive Hess, Executive Vice President of CompuCycle, is responsible for ensuring environmentally responsible end-of-life management for approximately 120,000 re-usable IT assets and fourteen million pounds of potentially harmful electronic materials. He negotiates end-of-life electronic asset management contracts with corporations and helps CompuCyle maintain its leadership position in the eCycling space. A graduate of the University of Houston, Clive has 20 years of experience in the electronics recycling industry. Clive has served on the board of the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling and the Gulf Coat Recycling Council.
Hamza Haroon, VP of Operations, began his escrap career in January of 2005 as a PC line technician at Compucycle. He worked in a variety of departments and attained role of Production Manager. He graduated with his BBA in Accounting from University of Houston Downtown. His passion, however, is in managing operations by: developing, and simplifying of processes, growing and managing teams, and maximizing efficiency. Hamza is committed to creating a culture of safety, continuous improvement, and tolerance . His goal at Compucycle is to provide an environment where employees are able to realize their full potential, furthermore, are recognized and rewarded by being given opportunities they’ve earned.
CompuCycle has an 80,000 square-foot facility dedicated for refurbishing and remarketing. CompuCycle has 40,000 square-foot facility dedicated to a fully automated shredding and separation system next door.