Ross Sanner’s Biography

Ross Sanner is a business professional currently living in Burlington, Vermont. He is now serving as the CEO and Partner of Bullrock Renewables, where he is making an impact in an effort to leave the world a better place for his children.

Ross is and entrepreneur, with a focus in renewables, clean energy, and financial management. He has a passion for philanthropic pursuits. The bottom line is he loves helping people.

Ross has worked in a Business Development role at a Fortune 100 company, transitioned into the Educational Advancement sector for the last number of years, and has most recently focused his professional career in consulting. His company, Think Growth, was born out of a desire to connect companies with investors. Think Growth has had tremendous success in building networks and bringing businesses and great people together to achieve their goals.

Ross is also defined by his philanthropic pursuits, contributing to the Orme School, Vermont Donor Milk Center, National Breast Cancer Foundation, the National Autism Association, Casting for a Cure, Ducks Unlimited, the University of Vermont Medical Center, where his wife is a physician and many other causes dear to his heart. He places a special focus on local efforts, believing that change starts at the local level.

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Hobbies and the Outdoors Life

Outside of work, Ross is an avid outdoorsman. It’s safe to say the outdoors has played a huge part in shaping the man he is today.

Ross Sanner and Miss BeanNow, as a resident of Vermont, Ross strives to enjoy nature with his family and take in all of the outdoor experiences that New England has to offer.

Ross is and avid water foul and upland game hunter but is a true fisherman at heart, and fly fishing is of particular interest. He also loves to duck hunt with his black lab, Miss Bean.

Ross Sanner loves combining his passions for philanthropy and fishing by participating in Casting For A Cure and Casting For Recovery, two initiatives that use fishing retreats to fund research and treatment of Rett’s Syndrome and breast cancer. He and his wife Casey have chosen careers that give them the chance to give back, and the couple works to make the world a better place through volunteering and contributions to charitable organizations.

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