Track A : Energy Security & Government Energy Management | FedEnergy Works
Chair: Walter Ludwig P.E., Energy Efficiency Program Manager, ODASD(IE)
Stephen Sain, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.P., C.M.V.P., C.R.M. Chief Executive Officer Sain Engineering Associates, Inc.
In this forum we will have key speakers from each of the DoD Military Services discuss critical issues impacting their programs. We will examine the strategies, policies and projects the Services are implementing regarding their energy strategic goals. Each Service will discuss their current energy strategy to include energy planning, energy conservation, renewable energy, and energy resilience/security and how each contribute to readiness and mission assurance.
• Jennifer Tetatzin,P.E., CDR, CEC, USN,Prospective Director of Shore Energy,Department of the Navy
• Paul M. Volkman,C.E.M., Energy Program Manager, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Energy & Sustainability)
• Doug Tucker, Director,Installation Energy Policy & Programs Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Environment,Safety &
Present on the City of Atlanta’s (COA’s) current ESPC, which covers 100 city-owned facilities, including several airport facilities, several wastewater and drinking water treatment plants, detention center, courthouse, recreation centers, and office buildings (including City Hall). There would be three individual presentations, with reps (engineers or architects) from the Departments of Watershed Management and Aviation and the Office of Enterprise Assets Management speaking on projects taking place at their facilities.
• Charles Marshall III, C.E.M., C.E.A.,C.L.E.P., Director of Asset Management,Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
• Nolton Johnson, Department of Watershed Management, Senior Director, Office of Engineering Services for City of Atlanta
• Jalal Slade, Senior Policy Advisor on Real Estate, Office of Mayor Kasim Reed
Track C : Energy Manager's Summit
Chair: Monica Watkins, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Deputy Chief Engineering, Energy & Capital Improvements, Housing Authority of Baltimore City
The value of a diverse workforce is well documented, yet today’s leadership does not often reflect the make-up of its employees. This session will explore how diversity is defined today, what barriers exist to establishing diversity in our leadership, and what tactics have successfully overcome these barriers.
• Laurie Wiegand-Jackson,C.E.P., President, Utility Advantage
• Mike Simms, Corporate Energy Engineer Lead, General Mills
• Bentina Terry, SVP, Metro Atlanta Region, Georgia Power
• Brenda Phillips, President / COO, Sain Engineering