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Sustainable Design Panel

May 22, 2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence (KCADV)
111 Darby Shire Circle
Frankfort, KY 40601
http://kcadv.org/
http://kcadv.org/
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Learn about how industry leaders design to improve the health and welfare of all Kentucky citizens through a sustainable and responsible built environment.

These design professionals transform the built environment by educating individuals and promoting the design, construction, and operation of environmentally responsible places to live, work and learn. This panel will discuss industry trends, sustainable practices and responsible design and engineering.  

Agenda

9:00 am to 9:45 am Registration
9:45 am to 10:00 am Welcome & Introduction
10:00 am to 11:45 am Presentation
11:45 am to 12:00 pm Questions & Announcements

 

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Moderator
Janet Lively, CPSM, Business Development - Harshaw Trane 

Panel
Joan Pauly - Sustainability Coordinator - Berea College
Billie Hardin - Sustainability Project Manager - KCTCS
Scott Southall - VP for Sustainability - CDP
Michael Hogan – Sustainability Coordinator at RossTarrant Architects

Panel Bios
Janet Lively, CPSM – Ms. Lively works at Harshaw Trane in the Energy Services Business.  Her main focus is on turnkey energy efficiency projects for healthcare and commercial vertical markets.  Ms. Lively has over 20 years of business development, client relationship and marketing experience, which contributes to her style in providing tangible value to clients and partners.  During the past two years, she has worked with legal professionals, Louisville Metro Council, and the Office of Sustainability on creating and implementing the EPED program.  Ms. Lively is on the Kentucky SMPS Board, she is a member of the Market Leadership Advisory Board for the USGBC KY Chapter, is on the Norton Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors, The Health Enterprises Network Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and is a volunteer for the Center for Women & Families in Louisville.She is a member of the Editorial Board of and regularly writes articles on sustainability and efficiency for Medical News, and has contributed materials on the subject to the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers and the USGBC.

Joan Pauly – Ms. Pauly is the Sustainability Coordinator for Berea College.  Over the course of her career, she has lead numerous teams in organizational development, strategic planning and branding for non-profit and for-profit organizations.  Since 2006 Ms. Pauly has focused exclusively in sustainability working primarily with stakeholders in the built environment.  Prior to her role as Sustainability Coordinator at Berea College beginning2013, she served as Executive Director for the Kentucky Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and Communications Consultant to the New Urbanist Land Planning firm PlaceMakers, LLC.

Billie Hardin – Ms. Hardin is the Sustainability Project Manager for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.  She has more than 20 years’ experience serving Kentucky’s public postsecondary education sector. In her role with KCTCS, she assists the colleges with space management and sustainability initiatives.  Ms. Hardin serves as the immediate past chair of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education and as Vice Chair of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.  She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville and a Master’s in Public Administration from the Martin School of Public Policy at the University of Kentucky.  Currently, she is working on a doctorate in Education Policy Studies and Evaluation in the University of Kentucky College of Education.

Scott Southall, RLA, LEED AP BD+C, ASLA, AICP – Mr. Southall is the Vice President of Sustainability at CDP. He is a Registered Landscape Architect in Kentucky and Ohio, a LEED Accredited Professional BD+C with the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and a Certified Planner with the American Planning Association.  Mr. Southall has over 24 years of professional experience in planning, design and project management.  He has applied his sustainability design experience on a multitude of projects ranging in magnitude and complexity including: urban and site design for institute and community facilities with an emphasis on education and public outreach pertaining to Green Infrastructure (GI), Low Impact Development (LID) and Sustainable Sites.  Currently, Mr. Southall serves as Facilitator for USGBC Kentucky Community Market Leadership Advisory Board, serves as one of twelve Sustainable Champion for American Planning Association (APA), serves on the steering committee of Empower Lexington (a climate action plan to reduce CO2), and on LFUCG’s Environmental Commission. He is also a past Board of Director member for Southeast Stormwater Association (SESWA) Scott is, also, a member of American Society of Landscape Architects and American Planning Association. 

Michael Hogan, AIA, WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C, CPHC, GGP, GCP – Mr. Hogan is a Project Architect and Sustainability Coordinator at RossTarrant Architects. In addition to being a licensed architect, Hogan is a WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C, Certified Passive House Consultant, Green Globes Professional and Green Classroom Professional. With over a decade of experience working in the design and construction industry, Hogan has worked as a laborer, designer, builder, preservationist, owner's representative, construction administrator, architect and sustainability advocate. His passion for socially and environmentally responsible design fuels his commitment to designing educational facilities, which is the focus of RossTarrant Architects' work. Mr. Hogan instituted and coordinated for several years the Lexington Chapter of Architecture for Humanity until the international organization shut its doors in 2015. He then turned his attention to the USGBC as a volunteer, where he was recently appointed to USGBC Kentucky’s Market Leadership Advisory Board.


Continuing Education Credit Available

2 CPSM CEUs
Please don’t forget to let Leslie Fannin or Beth Workman know if you need CEU credits.

Cancellation policy: Cancellations must be made at least 24-hours prior to the meeting to be eligible for refund.  

Tickets

$25.00 Members

$25.00 Co-Workers of Members

$50.00 Non-Members

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