Now serving as the executive director of the Kentucky U.S. Green Building Council, Nancy Church comes to her new position with experience in leadership, developing and launching new products, as well as consulting and marketing at accounting firms.
Ralph DiNola is now the executive director for New Buildings Institute (NBI), a nonprofit organization that works to improve energy performance, including promoting design practices and technologies, as well as developing policies and program strategies to reduce energy use.
Cynthia D. Walston, FAIA, LEED AP was chosen to serve the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects due to her contributions to the advancement of the profession and specifically for her achievements in laboratory and educational environmental design.
Owner and founder of sustainability and green building consulting firm Trident Sustainability Group, Tommy Linstroth has been chosen to serve as a 2013 campaign co-chair for the U.S. Green Building Council. Responsible for the organization’s Value Healthy and Efficient Affordable Housing advocacy campaign, he will help promote green affordable housing philosophy through advocacy of smart policy changes and adoption of greener building practices by housing finance authorities, public housing authorities and the projects that they fund.