Date(s) - 06/22/2022
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
One Lagoon Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
Sustainability has many meanings and applications. So bringing it to life within an organization can seem like like an extra task and overwhelming challenge. However, leveraged to its greatest extent, sustainability can mitigate risks, create value and help connect with diverse audiences. Joe will discuss how to address attrition and workforce development, leverage technology and build toward facilities excellence using the sustainability leadership competencies.
Attendees will learn about:
1) Key sustainability Leadership competencies and their connection with REWS
2) How those competencies can be leveraged to engage and empower staff
3) How tech fits into the sustainability picture
Joe Fullerton- Director of Energy and Sustainability Programs at Prospect Silicon Valley
Joe Fullerton has been recognized nationally, within the state and locally for his substantial positive impacts in the built environment, water conservation, waste management, transportation, workforce development, environmental justice and a range of leading sustainability programs and projects over the last 15 years.
Currently, he is Director of Energy and Sustainability Programs at Prospect Silicon Valley, where he is helping accelerate the adoption of clean energy and sustainability solutions. He is presently working on several large grant funded projects that advance building and vehicle electrification in schools, local governments and other complex institutions.
Before joining ProspectSV, Joe served as the Energy and Sustainability Manager at San Mateo County Community College. Here he oversaw the sustainable design and construction of $500 million in capital projects, including modernizations and new construction across three campuses. His team lead the push for LEED Platinum, Zero Net Energy certification of the Science and Technology Project at Cañada College as well as two other LEED Gold certifications. Joe was also deeply involved in all aspects of operations and maintenance in his nine-year tenure – leading over $20m in optimization efforts including a multifaceted facility management system upgrade, extensive technology integration and digitization projects, and an 82 building submetering project, to name a few.
Bookings are closed for this event.