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Elect the 2014 USGBC Board of Directors: Your vote counts

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Have you cast your vote?

The Board of Directors election period opened on Oct. 1 and runs for 30 days.

A minimum of 10% of USGBC member organizations must vote. That's why it's especially important for you to take a moment and vote now!


Each year, USGBC members have a unique opportunity to shape USGBC's future by electing its national Board members. Your vote is critical and it influences key decisions about how USGBC serves you, educates the industry, and advances the mission.

This year 17 candidates are running for 6 open Board seats in the following categories:

*The asterisks below indicate which candidates have posted a campaign video on their profile.

Constructor of Buildings
Sara O’Mara, Choate Construction Company
James Stawniczy, Lend Lease
Reed Thomas, JE Dunn Construction*

Stephen Bushnell, Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co.

Duygu Erten, TURKECO (Turkey)
Jose Moulin Netto, NEXTA (Brazil)
Shigeru Urashima, Intel (Japan)

Residential Construction
David Heslam, Earth Advantage*
Chrissa Pagitsas, Fannie Mae
Kevin Stack, Northeast Natural Homes

State and Local Government Agency Employee
Zaida Basora, City of Dallas
Dan Burgoyne, State of California, Department of General Services
Jodi Smits Anderson, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York*

Sustainable Design Leader: Architecture and Design
Lisa Matthiessen, Integral Group*
Paula McEvoy, Perkins+Will
Lois Vitt Sale, Wight & Company*
Keith Winn, Catalyst Partners

USGBC elections follow proportional voting, so every full-time employee of a USGBC member organization is eligible to vote. By voting today, you ensure that the USGBC Board continues to represent our organization's diverse, strategic interests.

Thank you for voting, and making USGBC the best it can be!

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