General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.)
One of the most influential figures in 21st century global politics, and strategic advisor on energy technology for venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins. Read more »
General Colin L. PowellL, USA (Ret.)
For over fifty years, General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.) has devoted his life to public service having held senior military and diplomatic positions across four presidential administrations. General Powell served as President Ronald Reagan’s National Security Advisor and he served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for both President George H.W. Bush and for President Bill Clinton. Under President George W. Bush, General Powell was appointed the 65th Secretary of State and led the State Department in major efforts to address and solve regional and civil conflicts throughout the world. He also worked at the forefront of American efforts to advance economic and social development worldwide.
General Powell is the Founder of the Colin L. Powell Center for Leadership and Service at his alma mater, the City College of New York, which has now grown into the Colin L. Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. He is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the America’s Promise Alliance, dedicated to forging a strong and effective partnership alliance committed to seeing that children have the fundamental resources they need to succeed.
Currently General Powell is a strategic limited partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and is on the board of Bloom Energy. He is the Chairman of the Advisory Board of Leeds Equity Partners, a private equity firm focused on investments in the education, training, information and business services industries. He is also Chairman of the Eisenhower Fellowships, a cross-cultural program for emerging international leaders, and is a member of the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations.
His autobiography, My American Journey, was a best seller and has been published in more than a dozen different languages. His second book, It Worked For Me, reveals the lessons that shaped his life and career and was an instant best-seller when it was published in May 2012.
General Powell is married to the former Alma Vivian Johnson of Birmingham, Alabama. They live in McLean, Virginia and have three children and four grandchildren.
International bestselling author of Drive: The Surprising Truth of What Motivates Us and leading thinker on the evolution of the business world. Read more »
Daniel H. Pink is the author of five provocative books about the changing world of work, including the long-running New York Times best seller, A Whole New Mind, and the #1 New York Times best seller, Drive. His books have been translated into 33 languages.
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, uses 50 years of behavioral science to overturn the conventional wisdom about human motivation. Pink shows that carrot and stick motivators have been oversold and that high performance depends much more on the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things and to do better by ourselves and the world. Drive is a New York Times, Publishers Weekly, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, and Los Angeles Times best seller.
Other best-selling books written by Pink include To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You’ll Ever Need, and Free Agent Nation: The Future of Working for Yourself. Pink’s articles on business and technology have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The Sunday Telegraph, Fast Company, and Wired.
A free agent himself, he held his last real job in the White House, where he served from 1995 to 1997 as chief speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore. He also worked as an aide to U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich and in other positions in politics and government.
He received a B.A. from Northwestern University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and a J.D. from Yale Law School.
Pink lives in Washington, DC, with his wife and their three children.
Author of three books on energy and the enterprise including Green to Gold, the decade’s best-selling book on sustainable business. Read more »
Andrew Winston is a globally recognized expert on how companies can navigate and profit from humanity’s biggest challenges. His views on strategy have been sought after by many of the world’s leading companies, including HP, J&J, Kimberly-Clark, PepsiCo, PwC, and Unilever. Andrew’s latest book, The Big Pivot has been selected among the “Best Business Books of 2014″ by Strategy+Business magazine. His first book, Green to Gold, was the top-selling green business title of the last decade.
Through his writing, consulting, and speeches (including a TED talk), Andrew provides a practical and optimistic roadmap for building resilient, thriving companies and communities in a volatile world.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, EnerNOC Read more »
John duPont is a Senior Manager on EnerNOC’s Product Marketing team, where he focuses on defining, packaging, and demonstrating energy intelligence software and professional services solutions to help customers address the challenges of managing energy spend across their organization. Prior to joining the Product Marketing team, John managed the delivery of complex commissioning, retro-commissioning, and energy engineering projects for EnerNOC’s Energy Services team, and was a key contributor to the development of the team’s deep energy analytics toolset. John is a licensed Mechanical Engineer in the State of California and a LEED® Accredited Professional. He holds a master’s degree in Management Science & Engineering and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.
Product Manager, EnerNOC Read more »
Ryan Esch is a member of EnerNOC’s Product Management team working to develop new solutions for their customers. Prior to joining the team, Ryan was a member of EnerNOC’s Professional Service organization where he worked as a Lead Analyst delivering EnerNOC products to customers ranging from Industrials to Commercial Real Estate. Before joining EnerNOC, Ryan worked as an energy consultant performing facility audits for industrial and commercial spaces along with conducting evaluations of large energy efficiency incentive programs for utilities. While studying for his Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Bradley University, he gained his foundation in energy management through the university’s Industrial Assessment Center (IAC), which is federally funded through the Department of Energy’s Industrial Technologies Program. Ryan also has his Bachelor of Science in Physics from Illinois Wesleyan University, is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), and a LEED Green Associate (GA).
Practice Lead, Education Services, EnerNOC Read more »
Kurt Fisette is the Practice Lead of Education Services at EnerNOC. Kurt’s primary focus is on customer success through education. Kurt creates and delivers training content that uses real-world examples in order to highlight the features and functionality of energy intelligence software in a way that resonates with customers and provides them with actionable items to meet their energy management needs. Kurt has held a number of positions within EnerNOC, ranging from dispatching and coaching demand response assets in EnerNOC’s Network Operations Center, providing customers with energy management solutions as a Business Development Associate, and as a Project Manager, he oversaw the deployment and installation of EnerNOC’s energy monitoring devices at customer sites. Kurt attended Wentworth Institute of Technology where he earned a BS in Electromechanical Engineering.
Director, Consulting Solutions, E Source Read more »
Chad advises utilities on business customer strategies for boosting demand-side management programs and improving customer relationships. His areas of expertise are in econometrics, business customer strategy, and market research. He consults with utilities on account management strategy, business contact center effectiveness, and energy-efficiency program marketing. In his nine years at E Source, Chad has led the development of a number of successful and ground-breaking software, data analytics, and market research products.
An economist with a background in empirical modeling, his contributions include developing quantitative behavioral models. He has focused on utilities and other heavily-regulated industries throughout much of his career, including analyzing healthcare policy at the University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service and working with Ryanair during the company’s rapid growth following European airline deregulation. Chad has led several start-ups in the nonprofit and private spheres, where his responsibilities spanned programmatic work, business development, volunteer coordination, and customer service. He holds a BS in economics from Bates College and an MS in mineral and energy economics from the Colorado School of Mines.
Manager, Energy Intelligence, EnerNOC Read more »
Owen Glubiak leads a group of market experts within the Energy Intelligence team that are responsible for analyzing the energy marketplace, designing a holistic procurement and supply management strategy, and actively tracking and evaluating the performance of that strategy over time. Prior to his management position, Owen advised EnerNOC’s customers across all three energy cost drivers, specializing on the energy supply procurement space. He was responsible for managing the energy spend of assigned accounts based on applicable Scope of Services, and direct supporting analysts, as necessary, to provide unbiased, objective customer advice and service. These services include initial customer supply and market assessment, customer market education, strategy development, purchasing management using RFP, or other suitable methods, and ongoing support for budgeting and subsequent purchases.
Director of Corporate Responsibility, The Tower Companies Read more »
Eugenia Gregorio is the Director of Corporate Responsibility for the Tower Companies, a privately-owned Real Estate and Property Management company and green building leader. She is responsible for managing environmental responsibility initiatives, stakeholder engagement, and community partnerships for a portfolio of 4-million SF including commercial office, a 30 acre residential campus, and retail shopping centers. She works on efforts that include achieving LEED Certifications for 90% and ENERGY STAR Certifications for 85% of the portfolio, leading an energy management program that has recognized 15% savings since 2012, water efficiency practices to yield 30% savings since 2008, receiving significant green building tax and rebate incentives for the company, maintaining Tower’s Carbon Neutrality through REC and Carbon credit purchases, and developing green lease requirements for tenant construction projects.
She has worked in the construction and real estate industries for over 13 years and before joining Tower, she worked as a project manager for international construction consulting firms and general contractors on a wide range of public and private construction projects. Since 2010, Eugenia has been sharing her passion and Tower’s experiences with these industries through speaking engagements including World Energy Engineering Congress, Climate Leadership Congress, DC Energy Summit, NAIOP, USGBC Greenbuild, MD Clean Energy Summit, CREW, and DOE Better Buildings Challenge events. She has also been quoted and acknowledged in several industry press releases, case studies, and blogs published by various organizations such as USGBC, DDOE, and NRDC.
Eugenia was awarded the United States Green Building Council National Capitol Regional 2011 Award of Excellence for Member of the Year and was appointed by the Mayor to the District of Columbia’s Green Building Advisory Council in 2014. She graduated from the University of Colorado with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and earned her MBA and Certificate in Responsible Management at The George Washington University.
Director of Facilities and Energy, Four Seasons Produce Read more »
Randy started his career in 1982 as a Journeymen Electrician for Line Specialties Inc. in Ephrata, PA. In 1996 he began his employment with Four Seasons Produce, Inc. also in Ephrata. Since 1996 Randy has held several positions at Four Seasons including a Transportation Distpatch Position, Warehouse Operations Manager, and since 2009 the Director of Facilities and Energy.
Currently at Four Seasons Produce, Randy is responsible for providing leadership, general management for the Facilities and Food Safety departments. He provides leadership for maintaining, cleaning, improving and expanding the physical assets of the Four Seasons family of companies. He also leads efforts to achieve energy and sustainability goals.
Randy was formerly President and currently is a member of the Central PA Chapter of IFMA (International Facility Management Association), a member of AFE (Association of Facility Engineers), and a member of AEE (Association of Energy Engineers). Randy obtained a CFM (Certified Facility Manager) designation through IFMA in 2003. Randy was the recipient of IFMA’s George Graves Award for Facility Management Achievement in 2013.
CEO, Chairman, and Co-Founder, EnerNOC Read more »
Tim co-founded EnerNOC in 2001 and serves as its Chairman and CEO. In 2007, he led EnerNOC’s initial public offering, which was named IPO of the Year by the Association for Corporate Growth Boston and Mass High Tech, and received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in New England. More recently, EnerNOC was recognized with a 2012 Platts Global Energy Award for Industry Leadership, and Tim Healy was honored as CEO of the Year by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council. Today, EnerNOC is one of the world’s leading energy intelligence software providers, conducting business in over 100 countries with a team of more than 1,000 employees.
Prior to EnerNOC, Tim worked in the Energy Technology Laboratory for Northern Power Systems, Inc., and held positions with Merrill Lynch, International Fuel Cells (now UTC Fuel Cells), and the venture capital firm Commonwealth Capital Ventures. Tim also co-founded Student Advantage, a Boston-based affinity marketing company that went public in 1999.
Tim currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), the New England Clean Energy Council, Massachusetts High Technology Council, Genability, Inc., and WeSpire, and serves on TechNet’s Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees for the New England Aquarium. Tim is an advisor to several area startups and coaches youth soccer.
Tim graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in Government and Economics, and received an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Energy Advisor, EnerNOC Read more »
Michael John is an Energy Advisor on EnerNOC’s Energy Intelligence team within Global Services. Michael works closely with customers to drive effective energy management at their organizations while maximizing value from EnerNOC’s technology offerings. In this role, Michael has tackled a variety of technical and organizational energy management challenges for a diverse set of organizations ranging from real estate investment trusts to food processing conglomerates to waste water treatment facilities.
Prior to joining EnerNOC, Michael worked as a plant engineer in the medical device industry performing validation studies as well as implementing process improvements and employing lean techniques such as 5S to increase throughput and maintain high quality product. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University and is an accredited LEED® Green Associate.
Research Director, Norman Lear Center, University of Southern California Read more »
Beth Karlin, PhD, is Research Director at the University of Southern California’s Norman Lear Center. Her research focuses on the interrelationships between people and our natural, built, and social environments and the role of technology and new media in connecting them for social and environmental change. Current projects investigate a wide variety of topics, including public acceptance of new technology, home energy management, and documentary film campaigns. In addition to her role at the University, Beth recently founded the SEE Change Institute, which brings together leading academics to work with government, private, and non-profit organizations on strategy, implementation, and evaluation of energy efficiency and behavior change programs. She has published her work in venues ranging from Psychological Bulletin to Peace Studies (as well as some that don’t start with the letter “p”) and lectures regularly on Transformational Media and the Psychology of Sustainability. Before receiving her Ph.D. in Social Ecology, Beth spent nearly a decade working in K-12 education, holding positions as a teacher, counselor, and school administrator. She believes that the role of a researcher is not only to better understand the world but also to improve it and hopes that her work is able to serve both purposes.
Sr. Director, Environment, Health and Safety, Comcast Cable’s Northeast Division Read more »
David Newman is Senior Director of Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) for Comcast Cable’s Northeast Division, which includes 24,000 employees, and spans from Maine to North Carolina. His responsibilities include developing and leading EHS compliance and implementing an array of sustainability programs. His main focus areas have included developing waste recycling programs across over 150 operations facilities, and implementing energy efficiency measures in offices, data centers and a fleet of over 8,000 vehicles.
Prior to Comcast, Mr. Newman was with Millipore Corporation, the life sciences division of Merck, KGaA, where he served in roles including Head of EHS, Facilities and Sustainability, Director of Supply Security, and Plant Manager. Before Millipore he worked in EHS management consulting in the semiconductor and electronics industry. He has lectured on environmental sustainability at Harvard Business School and UMass Boston, and has master degrees in Public Health and Industrial Environmental Management. He is also a long-distance runner, EMT and firefighter.
Sustainability Consultant, EnerNOC Professional Services Read more »
Peter is a Sustainability Management Certified Professional (SMCP) whose experience spans over a decade working at the nexus of sustainability and technology. He was the first President of the Board of Directors for the Sustainability Management Association, and has “sat on all sides of the table” as a sustainability practitioner within local government, NGOs and corporations. Building on those experiences he took his knowledge and passion for sustainability to the consulting space, making an impact with a wider array of organizations. At EnerNOC, he works in the Global Services group helping customers develop and achieve sustainability goals through process optimization and technology; working across professional services and technology groups to find right fit solutions.
Prior to joining EnerNOC, Peter was a Senior Consultant in the Information Solutions group at Environmental Resource Management (ERM); a leading global sustainability consulting firm. He also worked as a Principal Sustainability Consultant focused on sustainability strategy for the Americas with Infosys, a member of Forbes’ Top 100 Innovative Companies list; and previously built and led the global sustainability program for NetApp, a Fortune 1000 company. Peter received a Master’s degree in Economics from University of San Francisco and his Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Political Science from Humboldt State University.
Head of Sustainability, Novozymes North America Read more »
Arlan Peters is the Head of Sustainability for Novozymes North America where he develops Novoyzmes’ regional sustainability initiatives, builds organizational capacity around Novozymes’ sustainability platform, manages Novozymes’ corporate citizenship programs, and engages with external stakeholders on issues relating to life-cycle impacts of biotechnology.
He represents Novozymes in the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, as well as the Sustainability Consortium where he served as co-chair for the Sustainability Consortium’s Corporate Advisory Council.
Prior to his current role, Arlan managed business development projects in animal health and regional marketing for bio-energy in Asia.
Before joining Novozymes, Arlan coordinated community education programs for Japan’s Ministry of Education. He also worked on public-private partnerships for international development at USAID’s Global Development Alliance Secretariat.
He holds a BA in Biology from Oberlin College and was a recipient of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to study economic and environmental impacts of aquaculture in Ecuador, Chile, and the Philippines. He received his MBA from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School where he concentrated in Sustainable Enterprise.
Sr. Grid Analyst, GTM Research Read more »
Omar Saadeh is a Senior Grid Analyst at GTM Research with a focus on distributed energy management. Before joining GTM Research, Omar completed a Master of Engineering degree in power engineering at McGill University, where he was awarded a Graduate Excellence Fellowship and contributed as a staff writer to The McGill Daily. Prior to graduate school, Omar worked as a bilingual building efficiency sales associate at Johnson Controls in Montreal. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from McGill University with a minor in economics. Omar has published research for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Conseil International des Grands Réseaux Électriques, focusing on the advantages of plug-in electric vehicles and the economic dispatch of distributed resources in microgrids, respectively.
Director of Product Marketing, EnerNOC Read more »
As the Director of Product Marketing, Kelly Sennatt is leading the charge to shape EnerNOC’s product vision and put energy intelligence software into the hands of energy managers and CFOs alike to better manage corporate energy usage and spend. Her team is responsible for commercializing new products, analyzing markets and competitors, creating demand through pricing, packaging, and positioning of software, and being both customer and product experts. Kelly graduated with honors from Dartmouth College with a degree in Environmental Earth Sciences and with her MBA from the Tuck School of Business.
Susan Hunt Stevens
Founder and CEO, WeSpire Read more »
Susan Hunt Stevens
Susan Hunt Stevens is the founder and CEO of WeSpire, the employee engagement platform company that empowers forward-thinking global organizations to reach their greatest potential. She is a recognized expert in the use of social and game mechanics to drive positive behavior change. Previously, Stevens spent nine years at The New York Times Company, most recently as senior vice president/GM of Boston.com, one of the largest news and information sites on the Web. She is a graduate of Wesleyan University and The Tuck School of Business. She serves on the board of Xconomy, the New England Clean Energy Council, the emeritus board of the Center for Women & Enterprise and the Sustainable Brands Advisory Board.
Owner, Annie’s Ace Hardware Read more »
Anne Stom is the owner of Annie’s Ace Hardware in Washington, DC. The flagship store, located in the Petworth neighborhood, has achieved Pinnacle status, the Ace Hardware Corporation’s highest designation in three of their four years of operation. The Annie’s team opened its second store on November 10, 2015 in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC.
Prior to opening Annie’s Hardware, Anne worked for the U.S. Department of Labor and in a several non-profit organizations, overseeing programs that assist at-risk youth reconnect with education, learn work-readiness skills, and gain meaningful employment.
Since the doors open in 2012, the store has become a vibrant community focal point hosting monthly kitten adoptions, a weekly bike maintenance and repair clinic, car washes to benefit the local little league, and of course, hosting Girl Scout cookie sales. Annie’s partners with many local schools and organizations and her staff frequently participates in a variety of school activities including being judges for spelling bees, reading to classrooms, and conducting store tours. They have joined forces with the DC Sustainable Energy Unit and not only sell LED bulbs but have recently converted their Petworth store to all LED lightbulbs. The newly opened Brookland store uses all LED fixtures and bulbs. In addition, the staff of Annie’s has participated in several building events with the DC Habitat chapter.
Annie lives a short walk from both of her stores, is married and has two cats and a dog.
Director of Account Management, DC Sustainable Energy Utility Read more »
John is the DCSEU’s Director of Account Management. He began his energy career in 2001 working for a micro wind turbine manufacturer. In 2003, he moved into a position working on solar PV with a national renewable energy distribution company. In 2006, he became a Program Manager for the 10-year California Solar Initiative. After relocating to DC six years ago with another solar company, he joined the DCSEU in 2012. John received his Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification and is a graduate of UCLA.
Head of North America, GRESB Read more »
Mr. Winters has responsibility for furthering GRESB’s international scope by engaging institutional investors throughout North America, establishing industry partnerships, and expanding GRESB coverage among REITs and private equity firms.
GRESB is an industry-driven organization committed to assessing the sustainability performance of real estate portfolios around the globe. Institutional investors use this dynamic benchmark to engage with their investment management teams, aiming to improve the sustainability performance of their investment portfolios and the global property sector at large.
He previously served the U.S. Green Building Council as Senior Fellow for Business Strategy and Finance by providing leadership on a range of topics including green bond underwriting guidelines, asset valuation, and related business topics. Additional professional experience includes tenures at Russell Real Estate and CBRE, and participation in several start-up technology companies.
He earned his Masters in Real Estate Finance and Development from Harvard, his MBA from Southern Methodist University, is an alumni of the University of Wisconsin real estate program. Mr. Winters is a lecturer at University of Maryland and George Mason University, and is a Counselor of Real Estate.
Senior Vice President, Policy and Government Affairs, Advanced Energy Economy Read more »
Malcolm leads AEE’s public policy efforts to promote the advanced energy industry, including federal, state legislative and state regulatory initiatives, outside of California.
Before joining AEE, Malcolm served as a Cabinet-level official with Governor Martin O’Malley. As head of the Maryland Energy Administration from 2007-2012, he helped enact and implement one of the most ambitious sets of energy goals in the nation. To achieve these goals, MEA launched numerous innovative new programs to promote greater use of advanced energy technologies, including the Generating Clean Horizons program that was named one of the “top 25 innovations in American government” by Harvard University’s John F Kennedy School.
An energy expert with experience at the national level and in the private sector, Woolf was chair of the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), has testified before Congress on several occasions, and is frequently featured in national media. He was appointed by Secretary Bodman to serve on the DOE’s Electricity Advisory Committee, and by Secretary Chu to serve on DOE’s State Energy Advisory Board and to the State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network’s executive committee.
Woolf previously served as the director of the National Governors Association’s Natural Resources Committee and counsel to the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. He also was a senior attorney with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and an associate with the law firms of Winston & Strawn and Piper & Marbury.
Malcolm received his B.A. magna cum laude from Tufts University, with a year at Pembroke College, Oxford University. He earned his law degree, as well as a Masters of Public Administration and Public Policy, from the University of Virginia.
Chief, Market Sectors Group, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Read more »
Michael Zatz is a manager with the U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Commercial Buildings Program. In this role, Mr. Zatz oversees the development and implementation of activities aimed at improving the energy efficiency of a wide variety of building types, including offices, K-12 schools, multifamily residences, retail stores, healthcare facilities, hotels, data centers, congregations, and others. Mr. Zatz is also responsible for oversight of ENERGY STAR’s Portfolio Manager® energy benchmarking tool, which has been used by over 400,000 buildings across the U.S. to evaluate and track their energy and water use.
Mr. Zatz joined ENERGY STAR in February 2006, after nearly 14 years with ICF International, a private environmental and energy consulting firm. During his tenure at ICF, Mr. Zatz worked with governments and local and multinational companies in the U.S. and around the world to identify and implement methods for reducing the impacts of their operations on the environment. He has specific expertise in the development and implementation of voluntary public-private partnerships.
While with ICF, Mike worked for 3 years in Bangkok, Thailand, where he designed and managed a voluntary program to reduce energy and water use in more than 400 manufacturing facilities and nearly 200 schools, while at the same time improving the bottom line for the businesses, and improving the learning environment for students. Mr. Zatz has an M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University, and a B.S. in Engineering and Public Policy from Washington University in St. Louis.
Practice Lead of Advisory Services, EnerNOC Read more »
Clay Waters is the Practice Lead of Advisory Services at EnerNOC where he works to improve the capabilities of the Energy Advisor team to delight customers, drive energy management success, and ensure organizations get the most out of EnerNOC’s Energy Intelligence Software. Clay works with internal teams to define new deliverables, test new products, and build capabilities around analysis of energy usage data.
Prior to leading the Advisory Services Practice at EnerNOC, Clay managed commissioning projects, energy audits, and subcontractor retrofit work for organizations in the Southern California region. Clay graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in Engineering and is a LEED Accredited professional, a business energy professional, and is awaiting final designation as a Licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California. When he is not working, you can find him reading, hiking, rock climbing, or making wine.
Environmental/Sustainability Engineer, Anvil International Read more »
Mark Camlin has a BS in Environmental Engineering from Columbia Southern University, and soon finishes a Master of Science from Wisconsin University in Sustainable Management. Mr. Camlin has over 25 years of environmental and sustainability experience.
In 2013, Mr. Camlin joined Anvil International as an Environmental/ Sustainability Engineer. Mr. Camlin reigns in and controls over $8 million dollars in utility expense and 35 million pounds of waste. Mr. Camlin has been directly responsible for utility and waste expense reduction in excess of $250,000 and 20 million pounds of waste in 2015.
Captain Camlin is also currently serving as an Environmental Engineer in the US. Army Reserves for the Army Corps of Engineers. He has been serving for 34 years. Mr. Camlin has three children and sleeps whenever he can.