NESEA Member Committees

The content of NESEA's programming is driven by volunteer committees of NESEA members. These committees perform a variety of functions from selecting projects to be featured in our BuildingEnergy Pro Tour Series to developing conference sessions and selecting speakers. If you'd like to learn more or get involved, please contact the appropriate NESEA staff member from the list below.
 

BuildingEnergy Boston Committees

BuildingEnergy Boston Leadership Team
Comprised of two co-chairs, two co-vice-chairs, and NESEA program staff. Provides overall vision for upcoming conference and facilitates the process of content selection. View the conference chair job description here.

BuildingEnergy Boston Content Committee
Comprised of NESEA members with a diverse range of professional expertise. This committee is responsible for making final content selection based on peer review of submitted proposals, and for developing proposals into sessions.

Contact Miriam Aylward, Program Director, at maylward@nesea.org.

 

BuildingEnergy NYC Committees

BuildingEnergy NYC Leadership Team
Comprised of two Co-chairs, two Co-vice-chairs, and NESEA program staff. Provides overall vision for upcoming conference and facilitates the process of content selection. View the conference chair job description here.

BuildingEnergy NYC Content Committee
Comprised of NESEA members with a diverse range of professional expertise. This committee is responsible for making final content selection based on peer review of submitted proposals.

Contact Miriam Aylward, Program Director, at maylward@nesea.org.

 

Other Committees

BuildingEnergy Magazine Editorial Committee
This group of NESEA members works with program staff to select articles for publication in BuildingEnergy magazine. They evaluate submissions based on content, style, and fit. They also make recommendations for peer-reviewers. Contact Florence MacGregor, Program Manager, at fmacgregor@nesea.org.

BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines Steering Committee
Comprised of group facilitators, a participant representative from each group, and NESEA program staff. This committee is responsible for maintaining the continuity of the program and participant experience, evaluating new initiatives and growth opportunities. Contact Miriam Aylward, Program Director, at maylward@nesea.org.

BuildingEnergy Pro Tour Selection Committee
Comprised of NESEA members, this group of professionals evaluates and selects the Pro Tour sites for a given year based on submitted proposals. Contact Florence MacGregor, Program Manager, at fmacgregor@nesea.org.

Kate Goldstein Scholarship Committee
Comprised of previous recipients, this committee grants scholarships for emerging professionals to participate in NESEA programs. Contact Florence MacGregor, Program Manager, at fmacgregor@nesea.org.

Professional Leadershp Award Committee
Comprised of NESEA members, this committee is charged with evaluating nominees for and selecting the annual recipient of the Professional Leadership Award. Contact Katie Schendel, Membership Manager, at kschendel@nesea.org.

Distinguished Service Award Committee
Comprised of previous recipients of the Distinguished Service Award (DSA), this committee is charged with evaluating nominees for and selecting the annual recipient of the DSA. Contact Katie Schendel, Membership Manager, at kschendel@nesea.org.

Development Committee
The Development Committee is a volunteer committee comprised of NESEA members and friends who are committed to supporting NESEA’s philanthropic activities as a 501(c) (3) non-profit. The Development Committee assists NESEA's Staff and Board of Directors in cultivating relationships with individuals and organizations who might assist or support NESEA and serves as a resource for the Staff and Board in exploring funding and outreach opportunities. Contact Devan Folts, Communications & Development Director, at dfolts@nesea.org.

NESEA Board and Advisory Committees
To learn more about and view the members of NESEA's governance committees, click here.

Our Mission

NESEA advances the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn.