Charlie Cichetti has over 12 years of experience in commercial construction, real estate development, consulting, and project management. Charlie has worked on over 45 Million SF of LEED, ENERGY STAR, and Retro-Commissioning (RCx) projects for clients ranging from Jones Lang LaSalle and Hines to JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley. He is also a sought after trainer and speaker on green building topics.
Kelsey Alexander has an extensive history of working and teaching in the field of sustainability. Kelsey graduated from Emory with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with a minor in Sustainability. She has spent time as a Sustainable Connections Intern and worked with the Nashville Food Project, where she helped coordinate sustainable agricultural practices. At SIG, Kelsey has experience with LEED EBOM and NC certifications and is extremely knowledgeable on all things LEED.
Kristina Bach was an early adopter of ideas behind LEED, as she was only the 5th person in the world to have all five LEED AP specialties, since becoming a LEED AP in 2008. She has worked on helping over 100 projects, such as office or healthcare buildings achieve their desired LEED certification. LEED has always been a part of Kristina’s work experience, so she is extremely well versed in all aspects of LEED.
After graduating in 1992 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Administration and Management from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Dean D’Angelo began working as a project and business development manager for a variety of companies and commercial and residential developments. After over 20 years of working in this field, he became the Director of Corporate Education for Green Building Education Services, where he now works to help professionals acquire their LEED accreditation. 95% of clients currently pass their LEED exam on their first try, and it is in no short part due to the work Dean does.
Daniel Dreher has over 35 years of experience in the construction of a wide variety of buildings and is committed to developing the Green Building industry. His past work has focused on the use of the integrative process of design and construction as well as optimizing resource utilization to ensure the best outcomes in creating and maintaining these buildings. He also has a considerable history as an experienced and knowledgeable Green Building educator.
Monica Gonzalez, MS: LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, O+M
Vice President of Development and Strategic Planning
Monica Gonzalez earned her Masters of Science in Building Construction & Integrated Facility Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Interior Design program at the University of Georgia. Monica began her work with green buildings at the U.S. EPA then implemented an in-house LEED and sustainability program at a commercial real estate investment firm. Monica is VP of Development and Strategic Planning with a focus on LEED project management, credential training, and corporate sustainability.
Jenn Mahon is a Senior Sustainability Consultant at SIG, where she provides guidance and support to project teams seeking LEED, WELL, Fitwel, and Green Globes certifications as well as providing prep for people seeking their own personal LEED credentials. Jenn graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Design in Architecture and a minor in Sustainability Studies and then received a Master of Studies in Sustainable Design from Boston Architectural College. Before joining SIG Jenn spent time working as an Integrated Construction Coordinator and then an Energy Analyst, where she started assisting buildings with their green building certification processes. She now has over 9 years of LEED experience with a wide variety of buildings certified, such as the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, and the Keller Center in Chicago. Jenn is an experienced and knowledgeable trainer with extensive background in LEED and the green building industry.
Asa Posner graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emory University with a degree in Environmental Studies. He has worked as a LEED Project Manager for the last several years and has had a role on over 150 LEED projects in various market sectors. Asa’s primary interest in sustainability involves the effects of urbanization and the built environment on ecosystem health.
Jessye Vitier has a long history and passion for sustainability stemming from her upbringing on an urban farm. Since then, Jessye graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Biology and a concentration in Ecology, interned at the Blue Heron Nature Preserve, where she would educate volunteers about the environmental issues associated with the wetlands, and eventually joined Sustainable Investment Group (SIG). Jessye is currently a Sustainability Consultant with the Consulting Department at SIG and is a LEED Green Associate and Fitwel Ambassador. In her work she helps project managers for a variety of buildings reach their LEED goals, and contributes to their certification. She mainly focuses on ensuring that all the data necessary for LEED is received, verified, and reported. Jessye has a passion for sustainability and is an excellent LEED trainer as she tries to spread her passion to others as well.
Bradley Vogel graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2015, before earning his Master of Science in Sustainable Management from the University of Wisconsin in 2017, and he has since become SIG’s Project coordinator for LEED Building Design and Construction projects. He has vast experience with large projects including stadiums across Minnesota, such as the US Bank Stadium, where he oversaw a zero-waste Superbowl and helped get LEED Platinum certification.