Grant is Chairman of the Board of Directors of recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy (USNA) with a degree in mechanical engineering with an emphasis in chemistry and has since been commissioned as a naval officer. While at USNA, Grant was one of the more active Midshipmen in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Outreach Effort and has been praised by the STEM Office Director as being passionate about getting young people excited in STEM and as being excellent in his personal interactions with those he encountered in those voluntary efforts. Grant is an intellectually curious young man and is an unusually gifted innovator. He very naturally thinks "outside the box" as evidenced by his innovations in electrochemical (eChem) technology and his ability to quickly push these ideas to successful prototypes. Grant conducts himself in a highly respectful, extremely professional, and impressively articulate manner. He is comfortable in technical and business discussions with experts who have many years of expertise while having the opportunity to work with some of them at the Naval Research Laboratory and the Naval Surface Warfare Center. It is important to note that Grant has earned the DOE Excellence in Energy Award for his salt water power source prototype.
Grant held the positions of Research Engineer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, and Research Scientist and the Naval Research Laboratory. He has collaborated with many experts while working to prove his concept at the Naval Research Laboratory and the Naval Surface Warfare Center. In 2014 Grant was awarded the Department of Energy award for Excellence in Energy Award for his salt water power source prototype.