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USGBC Project Manager - Northeast Ohio
The position is the first line of engagement for those interested in getting involved with USGBC locally and supports programmatic and admin functions.Apply for Position
The purpose of Northeast Ohio Chapter of the USGBC is to generate broad support for various individual efforts, build momentum, and advance the green building agenda in our region through education, consulation, and cooperation. The Chapter is an umbrella organization for the various bulding industry interest groups, including those involved in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial green building.Read More
The Northeast Ohio chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council trade group announced Monday, June 1, that Wendy Kertesz is its new director.
Kertesz brings more than 20 years of marketing, sales and business development experience to the trade group, which is focused on generating support and providing information on sustainability, energy efficiency and renewable efforts.
In the news release announcing her appointment, Kertesz said, “I want the NEO USGBC to become known as the resource for every organization that wants to learn how to become green and sustainable. If we each make one little change, it can have a huge impact on your backyards.”
Joe Paterniti, chairman of NEO USGBC, said Kertesz was selected for the job because of her passion for green and sustainability initiatives that can make an impact on Northeast Ohio.
“She lives and breathes sustainability,” Paterniti said. He said the chapter can prove the positive impact that green and LEED practices can have on a company’s bottom line.
NEO USGBC is an umbrella organization formed by multiple interested groups associated with construction in the residential, commercial, industrial and institutional markets
(Source: Crain's Cleveland Business)
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