Thanks for joining us for our most fun, fast-paced, and inspirational green building event of the year!
Friday, September 22, 2023
5:30–9:00 PM @ The Underground
Green Building Slam 2023
7 speakers, 10 slides, 10 minutes
The Green Building Slam has been a community favorite for years, and it’s back again this fall! Join us on September 22nd at The Underground Nightclub. The Slam is a fast-paced presentation style event that is known for the incredible networking opportunities with local green building experts and enthusiasts.
The Slam attracts local architects, builders, homeowners, energy efficiency experts, real estate professionals, interior designers, and green building enthusiasts like yourself. No matter how involved and interested you are in the green building industry, this event will inspire, educate, and spark productive conversations about how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our communities.
Your ticket will include admission to the Slam, dinner, and the opportunity to network with presenters and other green building enthusiasts. Please note that all ticket holders must be at least 21 years old. Follow @SustainableConnections on Instagram to get all the latest updates on this event and more!
Meet the Presenters
Partner | HKP Architects
Read Julie's bio
Julie received her architectural degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Certificate in Design Firm Leadership and Management from the University of Washington. As a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC), she is determined to bring Passive House high-performance building technology and design to the mainstream.
Read Christine's bio
Christine Baldwin is a Project Architect at HKP Architects. She leads the client and design team through the development of projects, including the oversight of schedules, communication, and design. Adept at leading program and goal conversations with the client, Christine ensures that their program and goals serve as the foundation for all aspects of design. She believes that architecture has a responsibility to create spaces that are inherently accessible and equitable for all. Christine earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She has focused her professional development in the areas of accessibility and early childhood education.
Read Beth's bio
Beth Doglio is a State Representative serving in the Washington Legislature. She is one of Washington’s foremost leaders on clean energy and climate, housing and issues facing working families. She helped lead the passage of groundbreaking legislation to empower workers through higher wages and improved protections; to make Washington a leader in the fight against climate change; and to provide more resources to address homelessness.
Read Alexandre's bio
Read Gord's bio
Read Monica's bio
Regional Manager | Corix Utilities Inc
Read Jeff's bio
Jeff Giffin is the Regional Manager for Corix Utilities a multi-platform utility specializing and sustainable energy, water and wastewater systems. Jeff is leading the development of the Bellingham Waterfront District Energy Utility which at full buildout will provide low carbon energy to over 1.6 million ft2 of new residential and commercial buildings. Jeff has over 15 years’ experience developing low carbon district energy systems and is passionate about the potential of district energy to reliably and cost effectively meet the challengers of the low carbon economy. Jeff is a Certified Energy Manger (CEM) and holds a Master’s in Clean Energy Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
Can’t wait? Get excited by viewing last year’s Green Building Slam, courtesy of BTV, or reading about last year’s presenters!
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