Director of Engineering
Amy oversees GreenGen’s engineering group, which is responsible for assessments, solution design, engineering, and data analytics. GreenGen’s solutions encompass lighting upgrades, HVAC central plant design, envelope enhancement, and renewable energy installations, integrating metering and data collection throughout the process. The engineering group also works with clients to achieve high performance building recognition, such as LEED certification, BOMA 360 designation, or to benchmark the property within ENERGY STAR, and sets out strategies to help clients meet their energy saving goals.
Prior to joining GreenGen, Amy was Vice President, Sustainability Services for Cassidy Turley, a commercial real estate services firm, where she led sustainability programs focusing on LEED certification, as well as benchmarking properties in ENERGYSTAR® Portfolio Manager. Prior to that, Amy was Manager, in the LEED department for the US Green Building Council where she led the development of the next version of the LEED Rating System for energy-related credits dealing with building performance, renewable energy, and commissioning for new and existing buildings. Amy also worked as a mechanical engineer for SmithGroup, Cannon Design, and EAC, focusing on the design of HVAC systems for new construction, as well as renovations. In these roles, she developed systems to meet LEED criteria, and promoted and utilized innovative technologies for energy savings.
Amy is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia and a Certified Energy Manager (CEM). She attended The Pennsylvania State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. She later attended Georgetown University, where she earned a Master of Business Administration.