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April Member Meeting

April 11, 2018
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Hilton- Phoenix Airport
2435 S. 47th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
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Understanding Well Building In The Workplace

The movement towards a healthy and sustainable future requires knowing how to support people, nature and the built environment. This improves the triple bottom line. The goal of this course is to introduce the seven pillars of the new WELL Building Standards and help gain an understanding of incorporating these standards into the workplace. Awareness of these opportunities provides insight on the impact WELL Building has on businesses and its importance in the market.

Speaker:
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Rachel Cash, WELL AP
Sustainability Specialist
Haworth, Inc.
Holland, Michigan, U.S.A.

Rachel Cash joined Haworth, Inc. in 2015 in the role of Sustainability Specialist. Responsibilities include facilitation of sales questions and requests for information related to LEED and product sustainability, meeting with clients to discuss Haworth’s sustainability program, implementation of the WELL Building Standard, maintenance of internal sustainability communications, assistance with corporate environmental compliance, and coordination of sustainability metrics between departments.

Before coming to Haworth, Cash interned at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality where she coordinated and managed a variety of environmental projects, acted as a liaison between non-governmental bodies and MDEQ, created online environmental education resources and fostered DEQ sponsored community programs and promote community-based environmental involvement. Cash also interned with The Department of Community Health where she worked as a member of the Explore Lab Science Team and facilitated lab science workshops to prompt interest in science careers for k-12 students. Cash also conducted Biofuel research at the University of Michigan Biological Station where she investigated the economic viability of harvesting monocultures of invasive species for fuel.

 

Cash graduated from the University of Michigan in 2014 where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. During her time in Ann Arbor Cash facilitated a theater workshop in Detroit at a youth incarceration facility and was actively involved with environmental sustainability organizations on campus.


 

*1.5 CE Points will be available for this meeting


For 2018 the FMPG (Facility Manager's Peer Group) will be facilitating meetings after the regularly scheduled member meeting/tours to review best practices in a roundtable discussion.  It is hoped that this will provide a valuable set of data to the participants and the FM Community in general.  Only Facility Manaagers can attend.

Tickets

$25.00 Professional Member (Facility Manager)
$35.00 after 10:00 pm April 6

$25.00 Associate Member (VENDOR)
$35.00 after 10:00 pm April 6

$0.00 Student Chapter Member

$35.00 Non-Member (limit 2 meeting attendances as Non-Member)
$45.00 after 10:00 pm April 6

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