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Chapters

2376 Princess Street

Kingston, Ontario K7M 3G4

Canada

Company Description

The Chapter is an entirely volunteer-run organization. In addition to the Directors, the Executive Team includes several non-board volunteer positions that enable us to stage a diverse calendar of activities from September through June and manage organiza ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

AltBuild Expo

Executive Director

North California Chapter

Director for Urban Resilience

Urban Land Institute

Executive Director

U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL INC

Sustainability Analyst

Architect of the Capitol

Manager

Livingreen

Affiliations

Building Program Advisor, City of Santa Monica
Green

Green Building Program Advisor
Office of Sustainability and the Environment

Green Building Advisor
Solar Santa Monica

Board Member
USGBC Utah Chapter

Green Building Program Advisor
City of Santa Monica

Education

Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Master's degree

Industrial Environmental Management

Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

degree

environmental engineering

Yale University

Web References (87 Total References)


News - USGBC - Northern California Chapter

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Brenden McEneaney

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Brenden McEneaney, the Chapter's new Executive Director, welcomed the crowd and introduced the Chapter's three new pillars: Impact, Innovation, and Equity.
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USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director by USGBC-NCC on May 20, 2015
Brenden McEneaney
The U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California Chapter is pleased to announce that Brenden McEneaney, LEED AP BD+C, will be joining the Chapter as the Executive Director in July 2015. The Chapter's Board of Directors and Staff conducted an extensive search with many qualified candidates and are eager to welcome Brenden to the Chapter community.
Most recently Brenden directed the resilience program at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC, helping communities around the country to be prepared for impacts from climate change. Before moving to Washington, Brenden ran the green building program at the City of Santa Monica for six years, implementing green building codes and incentive programs, as well as overseeing education and outreach in the community on sustainable building practices. While in Santa Monica, Brenden was on the Board of Directors for USGBC-Los Angeles, serving as Board Chair for 2 years. Brenden has degrees in Environmental Engineering and Industrial Environmental Management from Yale University and brings a wealth of knowledge on sustainability in the built environment and a keen passion for and understanding of the USGBC community and its work.
Anthony Bernheim, LEED Fellow, and Chair of the Board of Directors, noted: "Brenden joins our chapter leadership team at a critical time in the evolution and growth of the Chapter.
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We look forward to a very interesting and positive future with Brenden as our Executive Director."
A few words from new Executive Director, Brenden McEneaney:


Brenden McEneaney, the ...

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Brenden McEneaney, the Chapter's new Executive Director, welcomed the crowd and introduced the Chapter's three new pillars: Impact, Innovation, and Equity.


USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director - USGBC - Northern California Chapter

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USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director | 0 USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director - USGBC - Northern California Chapter

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USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director by USGBC-NCC on May 20, 2015
Brenden McEneaney
The U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California Chapter is pleased to announce that Brenden McEneaney, LEED AP BD+C, will be joining the Chapter as the Executive Director in July 2015. The Chapter's Board of Directors and Staff conducted an extensive search with many qualified candidates and are eager to welcome Brenden to the Chapter community.
Most recently Brenden directed the resilience program at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC, helping communities around the country to be prepared for impacts from climate change. Before moving to Washington, Brenden ran the green building program at the City of Santa Monica for six years, implementing green building codes and incentive programs, as well as overseeing education and outreach in the community on sustainable building practices. While in Santa Monica, Brenden was on the Board of Directors for USGBC-Los Angeles, serving as Board Chair for 2 years. Brenden has degrees in Environmental Engineering and Industrial Environmental Management from Yale University and brings a wealth of knowledge on sustainability in the built environment and a keen passion for and understanding of the USGBC community and its work.
Anthony Bernheim, LEED Fellow, and Chair of the Board of Directors, noted: "Brenden joins our chapter leadership team at a critical time in the evolution and growth of the Chapter.
...
We look forward to a very interesting and positive future with Brenden as our Executive Director."
A few words from new Executive Director, Brenden McEneaney:


Chapter News - USGBC - Northern California Chapter

www.usgbc-ncc.org [cached]

Brenden McEneaney

...
Brenden McEneaney, the Chapter's new Executive Director, welcomed the crowd and introduced the Chapter's three new pillars: Impact, Innovation, and Equity.
...
USGBC-NCC announces Brenden McEneaney as the new Executive Director by USGBC-NCC on May 20, 2015
Brenden McEneaney
The U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California Chapter is pleased to announce that Brenden McEneaney, LEED AP BD+C, will be joining the Chapter as the Executive Director in July 2015. The Chapter's Board of Directors and Staff conducted an extensive search with many qualified candidates and are eager to welcome Brenden to the Chapter community.
Most recently Brenden directed the resilience program at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC, helping communities around the country to be prepared for impacts from climate change. Before moving to Washington, Brenden ran the green building program at the City of Santa Monica for six years, implementing green building codes and incentive programs, as well as overseeing education and outreach in the community on sustainable building practices. While in Santa Monica, Brenden was on the Board of Directors for USGBC-Los Angeles, serving as Board Chair for 2 years. Brenden has degrees in Environmental Engineering and Industrial Environmental Management from Yale University and brings a wealth of knowledge on sustainability in the built environment and a keen passion for and understanding of the USGBC community and its work.
Anthony Bernheim, LEED Fellow, and Chair of the Board of Directors, noted: "Brenden joins our chapter leadership team at a critical time in the evolution and growth of the Chapter.
...
We look forward to a very interesting and positive future with Brenden as our Executive Director."
A few words from new Executive Director, Brenden McEneaney:


USGBC-NCC Staff - USGBC - Northern California Chapter

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Brenden McEneaney Prior to joining NCC, Brenden McEneaney was the director for Urban Resilience at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC. He oversaw the organization's work on building thriving and sustainable communities that can prepare and plan for, absorb, recover from, and more successfully adapt to adverse events.

Before moving to Washington, Mr. McEneaney directed the green building program in the City of Santa Monica. At the City, he developed green building codes, policies, incentive programs, and educational programs and acted as the City's primary technical consultant for construction projects. Mr. McEneaney was a director for the USGBC-Los Angeles Chapter, serving as Board Chair for two years. Before joining the City, Brenden ran operations for the largest green building materials retailer in southern California.
Brenden is a LEED AP (BD+C) and has spoken internationally on sustainability, green building, and environmental policy He is a graduate of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and of Yale University.

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