Panama Bartholomy | U.S. Green Building Council
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Panama Bartholomy

Panama Bartholomy is a Director of the Investor Confidence Project where he
seeks to make energy efficiency an investable asset class. Before this he was
the Advisor on Energy and Natural Resources to California Assembly Speaker
John A. Perez. Prior to this position, Bartholomy served as Deputy Director
of the California Energy Commission’s Efficiency and Renewables Division
and advisor for Chairmen Douglas and Pfannenstiel. He previously worked for
the California Conservation Corps on vocational environmental education and
the Division of the State Architect where he ran the Sustainable Schools
program. He served on the City of Sacramento Planning Commission and the
County of Sacramento Environmental Commission, and was a board member on the
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and past president of the Northern
California Chapter of the USGBC. Bartholomy holds an M.S. in Community
Development from the University of California, Davis, and a B.S. in
Restorative Development from Humboldt State University.