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Principal Caroline Kreiser speaks at Municipal Green Building Conference Los Angeles

Time: 1:00pm
Location: Energy Resource Center, Downey, CA

4-24-2017 | Events

The U.S Green Building Council Los Angeles Chapter (USGBC-LA) Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo (MGBCE) is the longest running annual green building event in Southern California. The conference attracts a wide variety of building industry disciplines, including municipalities, utilities, public agencies, architects, engineers, building owners, contractors, non-profits, and manufacturers. All of these groups are working together to create connected cities that succeed in the three E’s: Economic, Environmental, and Equity solutions.

This year’s Annual Conference theme is Connected Cities: Economic, Environmental & Equity Solutions

Miller Hull principal Caroline Kreiser participates in a panel titled:

“Not Why, but How: Diversity, Equity, and Sustainability”

Now more than ever, the AEC industry needs to shine a light on the importance and value of diverse and inclusive teams. There is growing evidence that embracing diversity — in all senses — is key to doing good business. When we think beyond ‘green’ to the full range of sustainability and regenerative issues, we must embrace our entire human family including women, people of color, people of all incomes, people from all over the world. This session features tools and ideas for attendees to take back to their place of work.

Gabrielle Bullock, Director of Global Diversity, Perkins+Will

George Brandy, Jr., VP of Sustainability, Mohawk Group

Heidi Creighton, Associate, BuroHapold Engineering

Caroline Kreiser, Prncipal, The Miller Hull Partnership