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Sustainability Lecture Series: Doing Well by Doing Good: Is it Really Possible? by Nicholas Lombardi '03
Event Type:Lecture
Location:McCook Academic Building McCook Auditorium
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
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Nick Lombardi ’03 is a Program Manager in Brooklyn, NY, with Conservation Services Group (CSG), the leading provider of residential energy efficiency programs in North America. Nick runs the Green Jobs Green New York Program on behalf of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), and he is responsible for business development and implementation of new energy efficiency product lines for CSG in New York City. Prior to joining CSG, Nick was responsible for implementing the Sustainable Design Guidelines for the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, the $3.6 billion construction project at the center of the World Trade Center rebuilding effort in Downtown Manhattan. Nick began his career working for the Massachusetts based non-profit land trust The Trustees of Reservations, serving as the assistant to the director of the Landscapes and Landmarks capital campaign, helping to raise over $50 million for land conservation and environmental education across the state. Nick graduated from Trinity in the spring of 2003 with a degree in International Relations and a minor in the Environment and Human Values, and he earned a MS in Real Estate Finance from the Schack Institute of Real Estate at NYU in 2011, where he is the Chair of the Student/Alumni Advisory Board of the Center for the Sustainable Built Environment.
 
 
 
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