[SPN-Discussion] TOMORROW - GreenHomeNYC Monthly Forum: Building a Resilient Future - 6:30 PM

Gregory Thomas gregory at greenhomenyc.org
Tue May 14 11:40:21 PDT 2019

*Monthly Forum: Building a Resilient Future*

Join GreenHomeNYC on May 15th to hear from professionals on the front lines
of shaping and developing a more resilient physical infrastructure for our
communities, and learn about the impact their efforts have in creating a
more sustainable future for NYC and beyond!

Date: Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Place: Fujitsu Airstage, 1450 Broadway, 42nd floor, New York, NY 10018

*REGISTER HERE! <https://may2019-resilient-future.eventbrite.com/>*

Speakers for the event will include:

*Rebecca Fischman <https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-fischman-79320431/>*,
Policy Advisor at the New York City Mayor's Office of Recovery & Resiliency
///// *Speaking about coastal resiliency in the New York City region*

*Stephen Lassiter <https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenlassiter/>*, Public
Policy Manager at Sunrun ///// *Speaking about solar + storage resiliency
in Puerto Rico and beyond*

*Daniella Leifer* <http://linkedin.com/in/daniella-leifer-65b80511>, NY DG
Ombudsman at Sustainable CUNY ///// *Speaking about the value of resilience*

*F. L. Andrew Padian* <https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-padian-99056831/>,
Consultant for Sustainability & Resilience at the Community Preservation
Corporation ///// *Speaking on the damage and repairs in buildings
resulting from Superstorm Sandy as well as Sandy recovery*

About our speakers:

*Rebecca Fischman* is a Policy Advisor at the NYC Mayor’s Office of
Resiliency (MOR). A part of the planning team, Rebecca is working to
implement MOR’s coastal protection and policy portfolio, in addition to
producing maps and other visuals to better inform decision-making and
engage audiences. Rebecca grew up in Maine and graduated from Kenyon
College with a BA in History and the University of Pennsylvania’s School of
Design. She’s worked at Fifth Avenue Committee, a local community
development corporation with a focus on affordable housing development and
preservation, and several other nonprofits.


*Stephen Lassiter* is a Public Policy Manager at Sunrun, the nation’s
largest residential solar, storage and energy services company. He focuses
on legislative and regulatory policy across several Northeastern states and
federal affairs in Washington, D.C. Previously he led a community solar
market accelerator program at the New York State Energy Research and
Development Authority (NYSERDA) and worked on Capitol Hill and political
campaigns. He holds a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton University
and a B.A. from UNC-Chapel Hill.


*Daniella Leifer* is the project manager of the Sustainable CUNY Smart DG
Hub, which is leading efforts to streamline costs and reduce barriers to
market growth of energy storage in NYC and to leverage results outside of
NYC through the development of tools, planning resources, and educational
materials.  Prior to joining the Smart DG Hub, Daniella was a project
manager for energy efficiency workforce training programs.  Daniella holds
a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Cornell University and an
MBA from the CUNY Baruch-Zicklin School of Business.

*Andrew Padian* is (in his own words) a formerly gifted building scientist
who was reluctantly taught resilience by some of his peers and Superstorms
Katrina and Sandy. He has worked on actual buildings affected by Sandy, as
well as their owners, engineers, architects, and general contractors; and
survived all of them.

Gregory Thomas <http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregorynathanielthomas> |
Monthly Forums Planning Committee | GreenHomeNYC | gregory at greenhomenyc.org
<gregory at GreenHomeNYC.org>

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