U.S. Green Building Council Welcomes New Board Directors
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Washington, D.C.--The U.S. Green Building Council has elected new officers and directors to its 2011 Board of Directors.
Washington, D.C.–The U.S. Green Building Council has elected new officers and directors to its 2011 Board of Directors. The following individuals will serve as directors:
Elizabeth J. Heider, Skanska, filling the constructor of buildings seat; Kirsten Ritchie, Gensler, filling the green building educator seat; Walter Cuculic, Green Your Home Consulting, filling the homebuilder seat; Elizabeth Whalen, CalAg, filling the product manufacturer executive seat; Ann Archino Howe, Sustainable Design Studio, filling the site designer seat; and Dennis Maloskey, PA Governor’s Green Government Council, filling the state and local government employee seat.
The board also named the following directors to fill appointed seats:
Carlton Brown, Full Spectrum, filling the green affordable housing seat, and Majora Carter, Majora Carter Group, filling the sustainable communities seat.
Additionally, the board elected Heider as chair-elect and Punit Jain, Cannon Design, as secretary. Other officers are 2011 Chair Mark MacCracken, CALMAC, and Anthony Bernheim, AECOM, as treasurer. Tim Cole, Forbo, is now immediate past chair. USGBC President and CEO Rick Fedrizzi is an ex officio member of the Board.
USGBC has a 20-member board that includes elected and appointed positions. Elected positions serve terms of three years. Appointed positions serve two-year terms.