Building Energy Exchange
This is the full program of WISE: Resilient Communities on May 12, 2017. For more videos, navigate to Event Resources above.
Building Energy Exchange is proud to present the third year of WISE: Women in Sustainability and Energy, a lecture series and networking forum showcasing women leaders in the sustainability and energy fields.
The theme of WISE 2017 is “A Year of Action.” Each event in the 2017 series will advance the dialogue on what we can do, as individuals and as a community, to take action and ensure a more sustainable future.
Join us for the first event of the series, “Means & Methods: Pathways of Change.” This panel discussion will feature female professionals from four fields crucial to effecting change in this sphere: higher education, public policy, buildings & architecture, and finance.
In addition to discussing the role their work plays in achieving important sustainability and energy goals, the panelists will reflect on their professional challenges and achievements, and the pathways they took to develop their careers.
Emily Dean, Director of Market Development, NYSERDA
Ilana Judah, Principal, Director of Sustainability; FXFOWLE
Ester Fuchs, Professor of International and Public Affairs and Political Science; Director, Urban and Social Policy Concentration; Columbia University
Skye d’Almeida, Senior Manager, Financing Sustainable Cities Initiative; C40 Cities
Susan Leeds, CEO; NYCEEC
8:00 Registration & Networking
8:30 Welcoming Remarks
9:30 Audience Dialogue
Note: This program is free to students and young professionals.
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