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USGBC Georgia Atlanta Branch: EP Engage with Jess Windham

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Starts On - July 13, 2016 - 6:00pm
Ends On - July 13, 2016 - 8:00pm
736 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta , GA 30306

EP Engage is an informal gathering of minds focused on discussing the most pertinent issues surrounding a sustainable Atlanta. For each EP Engage meeting, we invite a seasoned local professional to share their story and experiences and lend insights on a particular topic.

This month, we're excited to be joined by Jess Windham, Deputy Program Manager for ICF International. You can reference her bio below, but we look forward to hearing from Jess about her experience helping commercial customers across the state navigate energy efficiency incentives. We will gather at 6 p.m. and kick off our formal discussion at 6:30 p.m.

The meeting is free, and each individual will be responsible for their own food and drinks.

Transit: the #2 and #102 MARTA bus lines run along Ponce de Leon Avenue. For route information, please visit


Jess Windham

Energy efficiency consultant by day, neighborhood leader by night, Jess Windham has lived in Atlanta 5 1/2 years. She currently serves at Deputy Program Manager in ICF's implementation of a demand-side management program, which incentivizes Georgia Power commercial customers to reduce their energy use by providing cash incentives for energy efficient equipment.

She holds two undergraduate degrees from the College of Charleston Honors College: Urban Studies and Historic Preservation/Community Planning, as well as an MBA from The Citadel. With a passion for urbanism, engagement, and a livable built environment, Jess also serves as Vice President of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood Civic Association, a city of Atlanta neighborhood in NPU-F. She was co-chair for the creation of the neighborhood's Master Plan, which the city adopted into its comprehensive plan in summer 2014. All the moments in between are filled with cappuccino, reading, and bipedal urban exploration.

Questions? Contact Becca Rushin at or (404) 856-4500.