July  Lunch and Learn 
Greater Seattle Chapter of IFMA
Panel Discussion on Sustainability in Facilities Management
July  18, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

11:30 am - 12:00 pm - Registration and Networking
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Presentation and Lunch


Sustainability is a growing part of all businesses and has a direct impact on facilities management. Please join our panel discussion to learn about how sustainability affects your business firsthand from our panel of industry experts.


Lynn M. Clark, LEED AP BD+C
For about 12 years I was active with IFMA Seattle as the Education co-chair, then chair.  I graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a BFA & U of W with a FM certificate - so FMP, then CFM.)  When I worked with a sustainable consulting group - 21 Acres was my first client.  I worked with them for about 6 years and before Melissa S joined as the FM.  Then I worked with the facilities team (infrastructure & operations) as the sustainability coordinator during their remodel.  Then one of "hats" was as the the EMS (Environmental Management Systems) Coordinator where I was tasked with occupancy engagement for sustainability initiatives, e.g. plug loads, etc.
I am now working part time as a LEED Green Associate version 4 instructor for the greater Seattle area for the Everblue training group; and with an "incubator" group that supports sustainability products through early stages of development, matching them with industry mentors, and onto market for water solutions.


Anthony J. Amendola
is Chief Financial Officer of Energy Advisors, LLC. As CFO at Energy Advisors, he is driving an innovative approach to turn-key building improvement solutions through the development and funding of energy efficiency and cap
ital improvements in Hawai'i and the mainland. Energy Advisors is implementing "Efficiency as a Service" (EaaS) utilizing our own funding, in a zero upfront capital approach. They have also established a "Hawai'ian Kama1aina Fund" for our Hawai'i based projects. In addition, we are an experienced Property Assessed Clean Energy
(PACE) developer.

Hannah Swee
Sustainability Manager
ABM | Business & Industry
Hannah has worked in the solid waste and recycling industry for nearly 15 years providing solutions that help cities, counties, businesses, and facilities manage materials more sustainably. She has experience overseeing waste management programs for properties across the Puget Sound region with a focus on collecting and utilizing data for tenants across sites and leases that improve waste diversion, recovery rates, and reduce operating costs. Hannah is currently a Sustainability Manager at ABM Facility Services for Amazon.

Melissa Sokolowsky, LEED Green Associate
Senior Project Manager


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