Brooks A. Agnew was born and raised in southern California and joined the Air Force in 1973. He graduated 2nd in his class in Electronics Engineering. Beginning his university studies at University of North Dakota, he continued to Brigham Young University, then to Western Kentucky University, and finally to Tennessee Technological University where he graduated with honors in Chemistry. He also graduated first in his class for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Tennessee Tech School of Business. He completed a Masters Degree in Quality (statistics) and a PhD in Physics through online universities.
His professional career includes more than 25 years in the manufacturing industry as an automotive platform launch engineer and quality engineer. He was a consultant to Tier I and Tier II suppliers to Toyota, GM, Chrysler, and Nissan. He is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt with more than $500 million in completed projects and continues to consult with many of America’s largest corporations. He served as an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Gaston College in North Carolina.
He holds 4 patents, trade secrets, and proprietary knowledge in numerous industries including Chemistry, chemical engineering, sub-space communications, electric vehicle technology, and architecture. He has 10 books in print with 7 best-sellers. He is an internationally acclaimed public speaker, and has been the host of X-Squared Radio for 14 years. He has four grown children, and a new grandson, and currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina and travels the world teaching, consulting, and writing.
Phoenix Science Foundation has worked tirelessly for 10 years to create clean and renewable energy awareness and to help numerous technologies to reach commercialization from the prototype stage of their inventors. In 2008, as President of the company, he successfully designed and launched the alternative fuel industry’s first Dry-Process, continuous manufacturing system for Biodiesel from oilseeds. He continued the process by designing a algae-biodiesel production facility for the Department of Energy.
Dr. Brooks Agnew pictured with Senator Maria Cantwell (Dem-WA) at grand opening of Biodiesel plant
EV Fleet, Inc. designs and manufactures affordable electric vehicles for the American highway. As president & CEO of EVFI, he designed the CONDOR light electric pickup truck that is the first in its class of light trucks. The CONDOR can travel up to 200 miles a day on about $1.50 in electricity. It has a payload of 1,000 and is compatible with virtually any truck bed system.
The 100% electric CONDOR on-highway pickup truck