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Virtual DDX Workshop, Getting Across the Finish Line in 2020


An Online Office Hour
This is an online Zoom event
RSVP is required

Those who register in advance will receive the Webinar URL prior to the event.

DDX Submissions have been extended to April 23rd, 2020

The goal of this event is to help you better understand what data you need in order to report and how easy it can be to complete the DDx submission. Come work with experts and others to learn the process and support one another in meeting the reporting deadline. You can find all the details about the DDX program and the 2030 Commitment here.
Agenda
  • Welcome
  • Intro to the DDx
    • Overview-admin
    • Data needed for entry
    • Sample reports
    • LIVE DEMO – HACKING the DDx
    • Tips, resources to share
  • Open live stream to Q&A
    • Live audio questions
    • Questions from the chat box
    • Open “screen share” option
    • COTE Super Spreadsheet & the COTE Top Ten Resources
  • Wrap up, next steps
Questions? Call Mike at AIA EB: (510) 464-3600
About our speakers

Alice Sung – Moderator

Alice Sung is Principal of Greenbank Associates, a green building and sustainability consultancy she founded in 2004. As a licensed architect with over 25 years of experience, Alice has facilitated the greening of dozens of public, private, and educational facilities, including LEED Platinum certified buildings and CHPS Verified schools. Alice has been a longtime active member of the AIA, 

USGBC, the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), and the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS), serving in many leadership and advocacy positions. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley, Master of Architecture from MIT, LEED Accreditation with BD+C specialty, and ISSP-Sustainability Associate credentials.  New Buildings Institute, in conjunction with the Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit, awarded her the “2018 Zero Net Energy Leadership, Individual Award” last October. Working as a change agent, she hopes to drive ZNE/Zero Water/Zero Carbon green buildings and facilitate organizational sustainability in California’s public sector, making real world GHG reductions, at pace and scale, by 2030.

Gwen Fuertes

Gwen is an Associate at Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects in San Francisco. She is the co-chair of the national AIA 2030 Commitment Working Group.

Seth Dunn

Seth is an Architect at Siegel and Strain Architects in Emeryville. He leads the 2030 Commitment for the office amongst other sustainable design initiatives.

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