Press Release

Webinar, July 18 — FutureU: Making choices today to ensure successes tomorrow

June 12, 2017

Presented by:
David Adamian, President & CEO, GreenerU, Inc.
Fred Rogers, Vice President of Finance, Carleton College
Ruby Woodside, Innovation Services Manager, Second Nature

July 18, 2017
2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
Register here

Hastily constructed buildings. We’ve all been in them. Built quickly during eras of historical growth, no one could ever get a handle on their clunky radiators or leaky windows. And now, 50 years later, we’re saying, “Why didn’t they think about how this was going to work down the road?”

So what about 50 years from now? Are we making the right choices today to ensure that future generations are happy with us in 2067? Moreover, how do we go about making those good decisions in an environment full of pressures to cut costs?

This webinar is designed for facilities directors, energy managers, sustainability directors, and finance officers at colleges and universities to help get a handle on complex decision-making processes regarding major efficiency upgrades and new construction projects on campuses. We’ll help you think through who your stakeholders are and what questions you should be asking, and help you develop a lexicon for developing consensus among your colleagues around broader goals.

FutureU would be proud!

Frederick A. Rogers is the Vice President and Treasurer of Carleton College, overseeing all financial and business operations of the college. He began his career in planning at Carnegie Mellon, where he was ultimately appointed vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer before moving on to Cornell University, where he served as vice president for finance and treasurer and subsequently as senior vice president and chief financial officer.

David Adamian is President and CEO of GreenerU, a company he helped found in 2009.  David is an industry veteran with more than 24 years of experience, including 13 years in various engineering and management roles at HEC/Select Energy Services.  Adamian was also a vice president at Carter & Burgess and president of his own company, Adamian Energy Solutions.