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					                                       Agenda
                               Go Green Now Symposium
          Embracing Energy Efficiency, Healthy Housing and Green Building
                        Hilton Atlanta Grand Ballroom East

8:30      Welcome
          Eileen Fitzgerald, NeighborWorks America COO
          Karl Bren, GreenVisions Consulting, Master of Ceremonies

8:45      Keynote Speaker
          Dennis Creech Executive Director, Southface Energy Institute

9:15      Opening Plenary - Stepping into the World of Green
          Moderator - Fred Wacker, The Home Depot Foundation
          Walker Wells, Global Green
          Dana Bourland, Enterprise Community Partners, Green Communities
          Rebecca Morley, National Center for Healthy Housing

10:15     Break – Grand Salon (across the hall)

10:30     Morning Plenary - What are CDC's Doing: Real World Examples
          Moderator - Karl Bren, GreenVisions Consulting
          Mary Jane Jagodzinski, Community HousingWorks
          Pete Haley, University CDC in Atlanta

11:30     Luncheon - Grand Ballroom West
          Announcement of the NeighborWorks America Green Initiative
          Ken Wade CEO, NeighborWorks America
          Kelly Caffarelli, President, The Home Depot Foundation
          Luncheon Speaker:
          Janaka Casper, President, Community Housing Partners
          Master of Ceremonies - Karl Bren, Green Visions Consulting
          Announcements

1:10      Breakout Sessions – All are on the 2nd Floor - See Rooms Below

Session 1. Energy and Water Conservation – Clayton Room
Moderator: Scott Lee, EarthCraft Multifamily Program Manager, Southface, Atlanta, GA
Edward Pollock, Residential Team Leader, Building Technologies Program,
U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC
Roger Chiles, Residential Construction Director, Self-Help Housing, Durham, NC
Bill Strang, Vice President of Operations, TOTO USA, Atlanta, GA

Session 2. Creating and Retrofitting for Healthy Housing – Gwinnett Room
Moderator: Gary Adamkiewicz, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA
Pamela Meyer – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Rebecca L. Morley – National Center for Healthy Housing, Columbia, MD
Stephen Klossner - American Lung Association® Health House®, St. Paul, MN
Lisa Wise – Initiative for Affordable Housing, Inc., Atlanta, GA

Session 3. Green Programs & Standards – Walton Room
Moderator: Walker Wells – Global Green, Santa Monica, CA
Jay Hall - LEED for Homes, Building Knowledge, Inc., Washington, DC
Dana Bourland – Enterprise Community Partners, Green Communities, Columbia, MD.
Emily English - National Association of Home Builders, Green Building Standard, Washington DC
Brian Ng – ENERGY STAR for Homes, Washington, DC

Session 4. Managing Materials to Maximize Green Results – Cherokee Room
Moderator: Kimberly Vermeer, Principal, Urban Habitat Initiatives, Boston MA
Allyson Wendt, Associate Editor for Environmental Building News,BuildingGreen, Inc., Brattleboro, VT
Mark Lennon, Principal, Institution Recycling Network, Concord, NH
Shane Endicott, Founder & Executive Director, ReBuilding Center, Portland, OR

Session 5. Greening Single Family Rehab – Henry Room
Moderator: Armand C. Magnelli, President & Senior Consultant, Livable Housing, Inc., York, PA
Dale Prunoske, Director of Housing Rehabilitation Programs, Rural Opportunities Inc., Rochester, NY
Chris Raymond, Deputy Director of Housing Rehabilitation Programs, Rural Opportunities Inc,
Rochester, NY
Bryan N. Esenberg, NeighborHomes Manager, NHS Redevelopment Corporation, NHS of Chicago, IL

Session 6. Greening Your Existing Multifamily Rental Portfolio – Rockdale Room
Moderator: Gabriel Olmsted, Project Manager, Opal Community Land Trust, Eastsound, WA
Terry Brennen, Building Sciences, Camroden Associates, Inc., Westmoreland, NY
Roger Lewis, Property and Asset Management Consultant, Boulder, CO
John Snell, Certified Energy Manager, Peregrine Energy Group, Inc., Boston, MA

 3:15     Break – Grand Salon (across the hall)

 3:30     Closing Plenary – Grand Ballroom East
          Many Shades of Green: Where Do We Go From Here?
          Moderator: Fred Wacker, The Home Depot Foundation
          Ed McNamara, Turtle Island Development LLC, Portland, OR

 4:30     Conclusion
          Karl Bren, GreenVisions Consulting, Master of Ceremonies

 5:30     NeighborWorks Training Institute Networking Reception
          Hilton Atlanta Grand Ballroom


 The Go Green Now Symposium is presented through the generous sponsorship of
                       The Home Depot Foundation.

				
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