The Advocacy Committee works with local towns, municipalities, and all interested parties in advocating for the transformation of the way buildings are designed, constructed, and operated to enable an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life for all Long Islanders. We are committed to working with our fellow Long Islanders to improve our quality of life by improving the quality of the structures we build, and the environment in which we all live, work, and play. We espouse the belief that greening the built environment will lead the restoration of the natural environment, enrich communities, and strengthen the economy. When you build green, everyone profits.
Paul has extensive experience in the administration of the LEED certification process, being involved with over 160 LEED registered projects. My LEED project experience ranges from Massachusetts, to California, to Florida and internationally in India and Vietnam. He has been involved with several LEED Platinum projects.
He also has done extensive volunteer work including being a board member of the USGBC Long Island including Board Secretary (5 years), Chair of the Education Committee (5 years), Chair of the 2012 Regionalization Committee (2 years), taught LEED exam study groups (6... read more
Mr. Rosen is a New York State Registered Architect, LEED Fellow, LEED Accredited Professional, and a Certified Energy Manager with over 30 years experience in the design, construction and operations of healthcare facilities in the New York City area. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Energy Management.
Neil is the Chairman of the Water Efficiency Technical Advisory Group for USGBC National. He is a Founding Board Member of the Long Island Geothermal Exchange Organization. Previously, Mr. Rosen served as a Board Member as well as being a Past Treasurer for the USGBC-LI Chapter... read more