Event Details
Date: 07.15.2020
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location:
ZOOM Webinar

2020-07-15 11:00:00 2020-07-15 12:00:00 America/Los_Angeles IFMA CALIFORNIA CHAPTERS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE PROGRAM PROPOSAL ZOOM Webinar IFMASV info@ifmasv.org
Event Type:
Special Event
Event Title:
IFMA CALIFORNIA CHAPTERS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE PROGRAM PROPOSAL
Event Sponsor:

IFMA CALIFORNIA CHAPTERS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE PROGRAM PROPOSAL

A Sustainability Program Focusing on Energy Use Reduction for the New Decade is Ready for Use and Deployment for FM's

What are the top 3 key points/takeaways from the presentation:

• Rising Electricity Prices in California Affect FM Budgets and Indirect Costs
• New Technologies for Energy Use Reduction in California Are Now Available
• Developing a Sustainable Energy Buildings Plan (SEBP) is Key to Energy Savings

SPEAKERS:

Corey Lee Wilson

Corey is a California native and founded the IFMA Inland Empire Chapter in 2013 and was its Past President from 2013-19, current Treasurer 2019-22, President of CLW Enterprises, and Project Manager for MicroNOC Inc. He holds a BS in Economics from California State Polytechnic University Pomona, is an IFMA FMP, LEED AP O+M Specialty, CMAA CCM, and a member of the USGBC-LA Chapter. He is the author of the free IFMA e-book ENERGY Cost Savings For Facilities and four key components of the e-book are being published in a four article series in the FMJ for 2020.

 

Irene Thomas-Johnson

Irene is Senior Vice President for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) and a CFM responsible for the development and presentation of winning solutions for clients, including plant operations, project management, capital planning, real estate administration, and brokerage. These solutions include identifying detailed savings and improvement plans, technology solutions, and financial analysis. She is a subject matter expert in Facilities Management and has 25+ years of management in facilities operations, retail facilities, and design & construction.

 

Isaac Knipfing

Isaac is passionate about making energy tangible. As a sustainability professional in higher education and an eternal student, Isaac strives to share and learn how to concurrently improve academic and operational outcomes at San Mateo Community College District. Isaac is currently a Facilities Systems Manager at SMCCD and is a fellow at the Clean Energy Leadership Institute. He holds a BS in Sustainable Energy Management from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science & Forestry and is a LEED Green Associate.

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