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USGBC Members Elect Five 2013 Directors

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Members Elect the 2013 USGBC Board of Directors

Between September 3 and October 4, 2012, USGBC members participated in the annual election of the USGBC Board of Directors. Five directors were elected, each for a three-year term and representing the perspectives listed below.

At its recent meeting, the Board additionally appointed two directors and two directors were elected by the Board to serve as Chair-Elect and Secretary.

Please join USGBC in welcoming these elected directors to the 2013 Board!

Facility Management & Operations
Stuart Carron, Diversey, Inc.

Developer/Real Estate Services
Kenneth Potts, McGough Companies

Energy
Mark Frankel, New Buildings Institute

Public Health/Healthcare
Howard Frumkin, University of Washington

Educator (Post-Secondary)
John Quale, University of Virginia

Thank you to every member who participated in this year’s election!

To provide feedback or comments on this year’s election process, please e-mail board@usgbc.org.

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