The Southern Alberta Emerging Green Builders host a series of mentorship sessions for young professionals and students. This new monthly program is the Green Building Superhero series and is an opportunity to find out how these green professionals started in the industry and where they see the industry in going. Attendees will be able to tap into the expertise of these professionals with an informal Q&A
Adam Stoker - University of Calgary, Office of Sustainability
Adam Stoker has been working with energy efficiency and sustainable buildings since 2004. His background in mechanical engineering, project management and green design allows him to offer a broad range of knowledge and expertise on sustainable design and environmental stewardship. Adam has worked on over 50 LEED projects across western Canada and has worked directly with designers, contractors, and building operators in all phases of the LEED process.
Always looking for opportunities to share his hands on experience as a green building practitioner, Adam Stoker has presented on sustainability in the built environment at conferences for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the Canadian Institute of Planners, and the Canada Green Building Council. Adam has been involved in the development and delivery of curriculum through the CaGBC’s Higher Education Program at Mount Royal University, and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Alberta Chapter of the CaGBC. Through his current role at the University of Calgary Office of Sustainability, Adam has had the opportunity to present on green building topics to a variety of technical and non-technical audiences in the academic community ranging from engineering to environmental communications, from environmental chemistry to high performance libraries.
**all registration fees collection go back to EGB Programming
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Alberta Chapter - Canada Green Building Council
The CaGBC Alberta Chapter seeks to:
Lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Alberta.