March 28, 2019

In celebration of Women’s History Month in March, IMT spoke with women who are leading the way in the energy efficiency industry. From city government leaders and real estate innovators to technology implementers, these changemakers are positively transforming their communities through high-performance buildings. IMT is proud to share their achievements, goals, and advice with our readers. Check back each March to learn about a new journey from the women of energy efficiency.

Women’s History Month 2021

Read: Supporting the Cities We Call Home – Tara Brown

Read: Thinking Outside the Building – Hailey Deres

Quote from Hailey Deres: "Energy efficiency should be about supporting your community because they are your neighbors, and people who need safe and comfortable spaces to live and work in."

Read: Coding (Buildings) for Change – Amy Boyce

Read: Finding Strength in Our Shared Humanity – Esme Hic

Read: Connecting the Dots for a Better Future – Rory Gahagan

Headshot of Rory Gahagan with the following quote: working directly with cities, diverse stakeholders, local communities, and prioritizing data-driven solutions are some of the ways that I see our impact growing in the coming years.

Read: A Personal Mission for Climate Justice Through Building Efficiency – Rita Perez

Women’s History Month 2020

Read: Leading the District’s High-Performance Building Hub – Lindsey Falasca

Lindsey Falasca against blue background with quote

Read: Willingness to Change – Betsy Law

Read: Helping Customers Make Climate Friendly Choices – Kelly Crandall

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