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If you care about climate change, join us to discuss and understand how our commercial facilities can be part of the energy solution.

SaLisa Berrien and Susan Gladwin will speak on what it means to put our buildings on the grid, teach you actionable steps to enable technology to reduce energy waste and manage carbon built into our environment, discuss how energy sharing advances equity and rights, and understand why we need to know more about behind-the-meter resources.

Experts

SaLisa Berrien Founder & CEO

SaLisa L. Berrien, Founder and CEO of COI Energy, has over twenty-five years of experience in the electric power and smart grid space. From working at electric utilities to smart grid, cleantech, and big data analytics companies, SaLisa has had a diverse career in energy.

Since 1996, SaLisa provided over 50 scholarships to high school and college students. In 2004, she established the Karl H. Lewis Engineering Impact Alumni Endowment at the University of Pittsburgh for minority students enrolled in Engineering. SaLisa holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and an Executive MBA from Saint Joseph’s University. She’s been a guest speaker at various conferences and events including SXSW, Florida’s Women in Energy Leadership Forum, American Society for Engineering Education, and Morgan Stanley’s Sustainable Futures Summit to name a few. In 2019, she was appointed to the Board of Trustees at the University of Pittsburgh.

One of SaLisa's core values is philanthropy. Her mission in life is to positively impact the space she occupies by leaving it better than she found it.

Hosts

Susan Gladwin Founder

Susan Gladwin is a business executive and entrepreneur with expertise in technology, market strategy, and climatetech. Her work spans several decades with large brands (including Apple, Autodesk) launching iconic products, and advancing sustainable innovation in design and engineering of the built environment, manufacturing, and energy infrastructure.

She is a frequent speaker, published author, and former faculty member at the CCA MBA in Design Strategy, and advises and invests in early stage climatetech companies. Susan started non-profit ClimateOnBoard to accelerate cross-sector climate mitigation collaboration among corporate board directors, is a Senior Consultant in Outreach and Business Development at the Loan Program Office in the U.S. Department of Energy, and is founder of a startup, ReadySetReplace, that helps homeowners successfully replace gas water heaters with climate-friendly alternatives.

Key Details

Business Buildings as Part of the Energy Grid

Tue, Dec 06 @ 12:00pm PT (1 hr)

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