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USGBC Wisconsin Annual Meeting

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Starts On - December 14, 2015 - 11:00am
Ends On - December 14, 2015 - 12:30pm
300 S. Bedford St.
Madison , WI 53703

Meet Chapter members and leaders while taking a look back at 2015 and a look forward at plans for the upcoming year.

Enjoy light refreshments and meet the newly elected 2016 board members. We'll highlight 2015 events and programs and a multitude of opportunities for you to get involved in 2016!

Then, we'll have a group discussion about the U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan with our featured guest, Matthew J. Frank, attorney with Murphy Desmond Lawyers, S.C.

This event is open to the public and complimentary for all USGBC members. This program does not offer any CE hours.

Questions? Please contact Heather Goetsch at (414) 224-9422 or hgoetsch@usgbc.org.

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Featured Guest Speaker

Matthew J. Frank, Attorney, Murphy Desmond, S.C.

Attorney Matt Frank’s practice focuses on environmental, energy, and natural resources law. He provides experienced counsel to businesses, start-ups, municipalities, utilities, organizations and individuals in a wide range of environmental and energy matters, helping clients successfully navigate regulatory and legal challenges. In addition, Frank helps clients achieve their goals in areas such as renewable energy development, energy efficiency, green building, natural resource protection and sustainability.

Frank is a former Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Assistant Attorney General with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ). During his tenure as DNR Secretary from 2007 through 2010, he oversaw the DNR’s regulatory and permitting programs, including air and water quality, waste and recycling, wetlands, groundwater, environmental clean-ups and brownfields restoration. Frank worked closely with businesses and communities on sustainability initiatives such as the Green Tier program and the Green Tier Legacy Communities Charter. He also worked closely on environmental and natural resource issues with officials in the Environmental Protection Agency, other federal agencies, states across the country, and Wisconsin tribal and local governments. Frank also led efforts to promote renewable energy development and energy efficiency initiatives in Wisconsin.