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Conference

WAEE 7th Annual Wisconsin Energy Efficiency Expo

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Starts On - May 13, 2019 - 7:30am
Ends On - May 13, 2019 - 4:00pm
6000 American Pkwy
Madison , WI 53783

Please join us for a USGBC led session at The Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (WAEE) 2019 Energy Efficiency Expo. This spectacular free event offers numerous expert led in-depth presentations and discussions, all relevant to energy conservation, environmental responsibility and your bottom line. We hope to see you there!


USGBC led Breakout Training Session #4

Raising the Bar – A Candid Conversation About the Evolution of LEED

2:45pm – 3:30pm, Room 2152


Description

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, was built upon the concept that all people should have access to green buildings in which to live, learn, work, and play. What started as a rating system geared toward commercial buildings and interiors has expanded, over the past 20 years, to include schools, homes, historical structures, health care facilities, and even entire neighborhoods. This global leadership standard has inspired incredible market transformation and continues to raise the bar in green building. Join your local USGBC representatives to get reacquainted with this remarkable tool. Learn about recertification and the new LEEDv4.1 that is bigger, stronger, and bolder than ever.


Speaker Information:

  • Korinne Haeffel, LEED AP BD+C, Director, USGBC Wisconsin

    As Director of Community Advancement in Wisconsin, Korinne holds strategic and operational responsibility for USGBC local engagement as well as developing and being ultimately responsible for major initiatives. Her role is highly focused on identifying and nurturing opportunities for expansion, while simultaneously supporting and growing relationships with existing partners, members, event sponsors, volunteers, and allied organizations. With past professional experience as a Green Building Specialist, Korinne guided project teams and existing building owners through the sustainable building processes. Korinne’s formal educator roles includes a faculty position at the Milwaukee Area Technical College, and instructor for the nationally recognized Building Operators Certification Program. Korinne earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Studies from UW Milwaukee.

  • Kerrie Schueffner, Technical Customer Service Manager, USGBC

    As a Green Building Specialist at the U.S. Green Building Council, Kerrie utilizes her background in green building, business, and market research to assist customers with technical inquiries about their LEED and sustainability projects including TRUE Zero Waste. Prior to joining the USGBC, Kerrie worked in the energy efficiency industry developing program strategies and evaluating program performance. She has also worked as a green building consultant helping a variety of businesses, government entities, and nonprofits advance the adoption of green building practices and sustainable development. Kerrie holds a BBA in Marketing and a MS in Sustainable Development. In her spare time, Kerrie enjoys spending time with her family camping, hiking, and playing a variety of sports.