Mar 31, 2021
Kevin Bright is the Energy and Sustainability Director for the City of Rochester and Destination Medical Center (DMC). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Geology and a Master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Analysis. He is a LEED Accredited Professional for two rating systems – building design and construction (BD+C) and operations and maintenance (O+M). He is also accredited as a Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. He has worked in sustainability leadership roles at Harvard University, Colby College and now the DMC and City of Rochester for more than 12 years.
Kevin's key duties for the City of Rochester and DMC include:
“We all lead very different lives, and communities are being disproportionately impacted by the impacts of climate change as we speak. Unless we integrate these voices, this lived experience in our future planning efforts, we're going to miss the boat. We're not going to hit the mark that we're seeking, and we're going to further inequities that exist today.”
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