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Each webinar costs $100/site for USGBC members and $120/site for non-members.
Join industry experts for a discussion of the ins-and-outs of daylighting strategies – and how they can be used to successfully achieve LEED credits. The third installment of “Strategies for Success in LEED” webinar series is designed to expand on your knowledge of daylighting and LEED and highlight key lessons-learned from practitioners in the field.
What you will gain from attending this webinar:
- Understand the importance of incorporating daylighting into a building project
- Identify the LEED requirements related to daylighting and improving IEQ
- Explore strategies useful in meeting LEED requirements related to daylighting
- Examine daylighting strategies through LEED project examples
Abby Vogen Horn, Senior Project Manager, Energy Center of Wisconsin. Daylighting Collaborative.
Abby is the Energy Center of Wisconsin's daylighting champion. She led the creation of the Daylighting Collaborative and developed a technical education and design assistance program to bring a more widespread application of daylighting to commercial and school construction in Wisconsin and across the country. Her enthusiasm for showing how buildings can work for people and be energy efficient animates her work.
Abby is responsible for developing technical research, technical education and outreach programs to support and promote high performance building design, construction and operation. She has over fifteen years of experience in daylighting, energy efficient commercial building design, program development, strategic planning, marketing, and public relations and serves on the Board of Directors for AIA Wisconsin and on the Green Globes ANSI Energy Committee. Abby has a Bachelor's degree in Government from Lawrence University.
Tate Walker, Senior Project Manager, Energy Center of Wisconsin. LEED Energy & Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group, Member.
Tate is passionate about green buildings and sustainable design. As an architect and LEED Accredited Professional, he knows the value of climate-specific, sustainable design that enhances our community and environment. At the Energy Center, Tate provides building design assistance and education for our commercial high performance building initiatives. He is a licensed architect and serves as Vice President of the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance, an affiliate of the United States Green Building Council, and as the Treasurer for the American Institute of Architects - Southwest Chapter of Wisconsin.
Miranda Gardiner, USGBC