How to be a LEEDer in Green Building
- Sustainability Project Manager, SmithGroupJJR
Grady Gammage, Jr.
- Attorney, Gammage & Burnham PLC
- Senior Sustainability Scholar, ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
- Co-founder and Executive Director, Project Rising
- President, Green Ideas Sustainability Consultants
- Sustainability Officer, Marymount California University
- Senior Sustainability Scientist, ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
Are you interested in green building but don’t know where you might fit? Do you know what “LEED” stands for? Learn all this and more at our panel discussion with green building professionals. They will discuss the green building process, from consultation and methods to models and professional LEED designation and accreditation.
Senior Sustainability Scientist and Energize Phoenix program leader Mick Dalrymple will lead an informative discussion with panelists:
Jeff Frost, who has more than 15 years’ experience as a designer and project manager on new and renovated buildings for both public and private sector clients.
Grady Gammage, Jr., a lawyer and academic who represents real estate projects ranging from master-planned communities and sprawling subdivisions to high-rise buildings and urban mixed-use development.
Leslie Lindo, the first Certified Sustainable Building Adviser in Arizona, co-founder of IKOLOJI Sustainability Collaborative, and one of Phoenix Business Journal's Green Pioneers.
Charlie Popeck, a recognized authority and leader in the field of sustainability and green building, one of the first LEED Accredited Professionals in the United States, and a member of the USGBC’s National Faculty.
Kathleen Talbot, a School of Sustainability alum and the inaugural Sustainability Officer at Marymount California University who implements LEED-certified projects and retrofits.
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.