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Re*Generation Speaker Series

4 collaborative conversations with local sustainability experts

All events are 4-6pm followed by Drink Dialogue at a local venue from 6-7pm.
Details and registration at www.asidwa.org (click on events)

16 Apr
Utopians, Pragmatists, and Visionaries
Senior Sustainable Futures Strategist, CollinsWoerman
A licensed Landscape Architect, Lucia works with CollinsWoerman as a Senior Sustainable Futures Strategist. She has over twenty years of experience integrating innovative, cost effective solutions and in 2004 was recognized as one of the 25 most influential people in Green Building in the Northwest. Lucia led the development of the City of Seattle’s award-winning green building program in addition to being a published author on green building topics. She has served on the National Board of Directors of the US Green Building Council, and currently serves on the Cascadia Region Green Building Council Board. During the development of LEEDä Version 2 Lucia chaired the LEED Technical Committee on Site and Water Issues.
Location: Wing Luke Museum, 719 S King St, Seattle

16 Jun
Designing Green, Grown in Oregon
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Washington
Rob Peña teaches architectural design and environmental control systems courses with an emphasis on ecological design and high-performance buildings. The focus of his professional and academic work spanning the last 30 years has been environmental stewardship and resource conservation through the promotion of ecoliteracy and high performance building design. Rob feels teaching and architectural practice are a means of cultivation and applying this work. Returning to professional practice on a regular basis has been a means of keeping his teaching relevant to architectural practice and a vehicle to apply his academic research to built projects.
Location: Integrated Design Lab Puget Sound, 100 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA

17 Sept
The Architectural Challenge of 2030
Architect & Sustainable Design Initiative leader, Perkins + Will
Amanda Sturgeon AIA, LEED® AP is a Senior Associate and the co-director of the sustainable design initiative nationally for Perkins+Will. Amanda’s expertise on sustainable building includes: teaching sustainable design at the University of Washington, the first LEED Platinum project in Washington State as well as being a founding board member of the Cascadia Region Green Building Council. Amanda is currently leading the sustainable task force on the AIA Seattle board. Receiving the Betterbricks Architect award in 2008, she was recently elected to the USGBC Greenbuild Program committee.
Location: Seattle Art Museum, Simons Board Room, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle

01 Dec
The Practice of Change
Founder & Chief Knowledge Officer, ecoHAUS
Matthew Freeman-Gleason founded Environmental Home Center in 1991 which eventually evolved into ecohaus. Matt continues to provide vision with his knowledge base and context; other areas of focus include training, product development, and identification and monitoring of sustainability issues expansive background and industry experience, providing top-quality, truly green products along with candid, credible information. Prior to founding the company, Matt worked professionally as a carpenter and builder on both houses and wooden boats. His lifelong avocation has been the natural environment.
Location: NBBJ, 223 Yale Ave N, Seattle

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