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GreenHome NYC is pleased to announce their February 17 monthly forum, The Women of Green, at a location to be determined. In this 1.5 hour presentation, attendees will meet 12 women in the green field, established professionals who are trying and succeeding in changing the environmental movement. The presentation will be done in Pecha Kucha format, where each presenter is allowed 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds - giving 6 minutes 40 seconds of fame before the next presenter is up. This keeps presentations concise, the interest level up, and gives more people the chance to present. This is a forum for women (and maybe well-behaved men) to see the breadth of careers in the sustainable field that don’t involve what we like to call the green “bling” (ground source heat pumps, solar, wind, bamboo, green roofs, and the like).
This will be held as the regular monthly forum meeting of GreenHomeNYC (www.greenhomenyc.org) an all- volunteer organization dedicated to helping people in the NYC region green their lives. It is being done in cooperation with Hunter’s CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities;
Admission is free but attendees can make a tax-deductable contribution to GreenHomeNYC at the forum.
The Women of Green
Chris Benedict, Chris Benedict, RA: Doing more with Less
Catherine Bobenhausen, Veridian Energy and Environmental: Greening Professionals
Erica Brabon, Steven Winter Associates: Health and Safety
Mary Brennan, Community Preservation Corporation: Green Lending
Annie Chadwick, Clinton Community Garden: Community Gardening
Sharon Griffith, NYSERDA: 30 + NYSERDA and Weatherization
Maureen Mahle, Steven Winter Assoc.: Green Design and LEED Certification
Ariella Maron, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services: Greening a Government
Charlotte Mathews, The Related Companies: Big and Green
Tatiana Morin, NYC Soil and Water Conservation District: The water we waste
Lesley Patrick, Hunter CUNY ISC: Trees or Global Warming
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