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Grey Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
Grey Lee (LEED AP BD&C) is the chief facilitator of the US Green Building Council community in Massachusetts, serving as our executive director since October 2012. He manages the organization's daily activities and leads the Chapter in achieving our mission. He has a keen interest in helping the broader community of stakeholders recognize how green buildings support and resolve many environmental, social justice, and sustainability issues. By connecting more people to the benefits of green buildings, we will be able to see a groundswell of support to change policy and change market preferences toward better buildings and urban planning. Grey has a background in commercial brokerage, real estate finance, and community engagement. He serves on the boards of two other community organizations in the Boston area and is very active with the Green Catamount alumni network of the University of Vermont. He lives in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Read the 2012 press release here.
Grey remarks: “I have been working in the green real estate field for over ten years – as a broker, consultant, trainer and project manager. It is amazing how far the industry has come in this past decade. I'm excited to help facilitate the transition to a sustainable and equitable society into the next decade, leveraging the resources of the powerful community of green building pros in Massachusetts. Every green building that we put together, every sustainability-oriented policy we enact, every environmental advocate we enable, means our future will be more prosperous, more healthful, and more vibrant for all.”
Stephen Muzzy email@example.com
Steve was hired in April 2013 to manage the Chapter's growing work in the greening of schools and campuses across Massachusetts. Read the press release here.
Steve remarks: "My work the past 5 ½ years has focused on transforming institutions of higher learning into models of sustainability, not just by eliminating their operational greenhouse gas emissions but in how they plan, manage, invest, and most importantly prepare graduates to transition society to just, healthy and sustainable future. Because educational institutions are established and long-standing they have great incentive to invest in their built infrastructure. Beyond the standard benefits of reducing operational costs, improving the health of the occupants, and reducing environmental impact, educational institutions have the unique opportunity to use buildings as part of the educational experience. Allowing students the ability to monitor how their behavior affects the performance of the building – connecting behavior to impact is a powerful teaching tool. I am excited to witness these learning experiences and to expand green building awareness to individuals and institutions that do not believe green buildings are possible for them."
The USGBC MA Chapter is governed by a 15 member Board of Directors who represent the breadth of the green building industry.
Executive Committee (2014-2015)
Chair – Jim Newman
Vice Chair – Neil Angus
Treasurer – Carolyn Day
Secretary – Sandy Brock
Past-Chair – Greg Sampson
Regional Committee Representatives (Upper Northeast Regional Committee)
Jennifer Taranto (2013-2015)
Conor McGuire (2014-2016)
Jennifer Taranto, Structure Tone