Eat, Drink, Network and Learn at the U.S. Green Building Council - Long Island Chapter October Green Scene
Our goal is to transform the way Long Island buildings and communities are designed, built and operated by creating an environmentally sound, socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous building environment. One way we accomplish this mission is by providing educational programs for local municipalities, building industry professionals, and interested residents throughout Long Island called Green Scenes.
On October 24, 2017 from 6-8 PM - Come learn how Habitat for Humanity is building on Long Island using sustainable business practices, efficient building techniques and innovative & state of the art technology. Become familiar with how individuals can register to volunteer on Habitat for Humanity building projects.
Les Scheinfeld, Director of Development – Les has been a non-profit professional for over 30 years, specializing in fund raising, marketing and community relations. He joined Habitat Suffolk as an Associate Director in 2003 and has helped to raise over $15 million for the organization to support the construction of 120 of the 190 affordable homes Habitat Suffolk has built in its’ almost 30 year history in Suffolk County. Les also serves as an Advisory Board member for the children’s charity, Friends of Karen.
Hope Hillyer Larson, Director of Construction has been working to streamline Habitat Suffolk’s construction processes and improve their Green Building philosophy. Hope has been working in the Construction and Land Use Industry for the last 30 years. Primarily she has worked as a Consultant assisting homeowners and developers. Hope was the Director of Building and Housing as well as Deputy Commissioner of Planning and Development for the Town of Islip for 7 years (2002 - 2009).
Farmingdale, NY 11735
|Member of USGBC-LI||$ 10.00|
|Emerging Professional (30 & under)||$ 15.00|
|Non-member of USGBC-LI||$ 20.00|