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Onell González-Martínez received a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Science from the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras. Took several graduated courses of a Master Degree in Environmental Planning curriculum from the Graduated School of Planning of the UPR, and is currently taking courses for a Master of Science Degree in Green Building of the San Francisco Institute of Architecture in California, US; Mr.

Onell González-Martínez received a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Science
from the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras. Took several graduated
courses of a Master Degree in Environmental Planning curriculum from the
Graduated School of Planning of the UPR, and is currently taking courses for
a Master of Science Degree in Green Building of the San Francisco Institute
of Architecture in California, US; Mr. González possess the US Green
Building Council’s LEED Accredited Professional Operations & Maintenance
credential (LEED AP O+M); he is an EPA / PR Environmental Quality Board
accredited Lead-based Paint Inspector; EPA / PR Environmental Quality Board
accredited Asbestos Inspector; Certified Mold Assessor accredited by the
National Association of Environmentally Responsible Mold Contractors; and an
Indoor Air & Surface Quality accredited professional (IASQ) certified by the
Healthier Environment Living Program®.

Mr. González served as a Green Building Certification Institute’s
Education Provider and Course Submitter on behalf of the USGBC-Caribbean
Chapter; colaborated as an active member and Chair of the Education
Committee; and is currently the LEED v4 Point of Contact for the Chapter. He
also participated as collaborator of the LEED 2012 Regionalization Task
Force. In addition, Mr. González is a member of the International Society of
Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) and member of the Indoor Air Quality
Association (IAQA).

As a Sustainable Building and USGBC's LEED educational speaker, Mr. González has created and offered basic green building lectures, and LEED Green Associate's Credential Study Courses at the College of Architects and Landscape Architects of Puerto Rico (CAAPPR), the College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico (CIAPR), the Realtors' Institute of Puerto Rico, and in higher education institutions such as the Mayaguez Campus and Rio Piedras Campus of the University of Puerto Rico, the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico and others. He has also facilitated instructor-led workshops of the USGBC’s Education Curriculum on behalf of the USGBC US Caribbean Chapter.

Mr. González has also received certifications in Agroforestry and
Permaculture Design from the Permaculture Institute of Puerto Rico,
organization for which he served as an active participant and collaborator;
as such, he has been invited by the Permaculture Institute to participate as
panelist in forums on sustainable development and permaculture design at the
University of Puerto Rico.

Mr. González works for an environmental consulting firm as an environmental
building advisor conducting and overseeing Industrial and Environmental
Hygiene investigations among others.