GoGreen Seattle 2013 Program

Time Panel Discussions Demo Workshops Solutions Labs
Kick-off by:
  Dr. Gary Kaplan | Chief Executive Officer, Virginia Mason Medical Center
  Dow Constantine | Chief Executive, King County
Actions Speak Louder: Getting Serious About Climate Change
  Moderator: Christie True | Department Director, Department of Natural Resources and Parks, King County, Washington
  Larry Frank, PhD | President, Urban Design 4 Health & Bombardier Chairholder in Sustainable Transportation at the University of British Columbia
  Amy Snover, PhD | Assistant Dean, Applied Research Director, Climate Impacts Group, College of the Environment, University of Washington
  David Giuliani | Co-Founder & Board Chair of Washington Business Alliance, Co-Founder of Pacific Bioscience Laboratories
  Tamara "TJ" Dicaprio | Sr. Director, Environmental Sustainability at Microsoft Corporation
Networking Break
All Aboard: Innovative, Cost Effective and Cloud-Based Solutions for Regional Transit
Sponsored By:
Introduction: Rachel Shaver | Marketing Manager, SeQuential Pacific Biodiesel
Kickoff: Joni Earl | Chief Executive Officer, Sound Transit
Moderator: Matt Hansen | Supervisor of Market Development, King County Metro Transit
Holly Houser | Executive Director, Puget Sound Bike Share
Paige Pauli | Co-Founder & Designer, WhichBus
Steve Webb | Corporate Communications Director, RelayRides
Advanced Supply Chain Mapping: Building Transparency & Vendor Relationships
Sponsored By:
Introduction: Gail Singley | Managing Partner, Alphagraphics
Sophia Cavalli | Supplier Diversity Officer, Multnomah County 
Valerie Bone | Director of Corporate Responsibility, Pacific Market International Worldwide 
Guided Learning
The Architecture of Change: Lessons from the Front Lines of Behavioral, Institutional and Cultural Change

Moderator: Dune Ives, PhD | Founder, Milepost Consulting 
Jim Hanna | Director, Environmental Impact, Starbucks 
Megan Owen | Director, Strategic Market Development, McKinstry 
Troy Hutson | Director of Customer Solutions and Continuous Improvement, Puget Sound Energy 
Guided Learning
Session Break
How We Live & Work: Intersections of Health and Sustainability

Moderator: Dr. Howard Frumkin, MD, DrPH | Dean, School of Public Health, University of Washington
Hilary Franz | Executive Director, Futurewise 
Brooke Bascom | Communications Director, King County Healthy Incentives
Matt Lerner | Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Walk Score 
Leverage Your Data: Tools to Build Your Sustainability Strategy

Aubrey Batchelor | Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability Coordinator, University of Washington 
Paul Andersson | Program Administrator, City of Bellevue, Environmental Stewardship Initiative  
Guided Learning
Sponsored By:
The Mayors Forum: Responsible Urban Development & Generating Impact From the City Level
Introduction: Mary Evans | Director of Public Sector Services, Waste Management Pacific Northwest Region
  Moderator: Bellamy Pailthorp | Environment Reporter, KPLU Public Radio
  Mayor Matthew Larson | City of Snoqualmie
  Mayor Joan McBride | City of Kirkland
  Mayor John Marchione | City of Redmond
Session Break
Chasing Zero: Driving Markets & Entrepreneurialism to Eliminate Waste (Supported by NBIS)
Sponsored By:
Inroduction: Anne Eskridge | Assistant Director for Materials Management, University of Washington Facilities Services
Moderator: Kris Beatty | LinkUp, King County Solid Waste Division
Amee Quiriconi | Founder, Agrestal Designs 
Jessie Israel | King County Wastewater Treatment Division
David Bell | Quality Control Manager, Lakeside Industries
Bart Kale | Environmental Safety Manager, Nucor Steel
Guided Learning
Get Smart: Platforms for Accelerating Energy Efficiency

Moderator: David Jennings | Senior Project Manager, Innovate WA, The Northwest Building Energy Technology Hub 
Gregory Heller | Client Engagement Manager, EnergySavvy 
Jeremy Richmond | Senior Building Performance Engineer, MacDonald Miller Facility Solutions 
Message Your Purpose: Story-Telling Frameworks that Reach Beyond the Choir (2:40-3:55pm)

Teresa Burrelsman | Principal, Site Story
Andrea Learned | Author, Speaker and Sustainability-Focused Communications Strategist
Guided Learning
Networking Break
Sponsored By:
The Democratization of Finance: Bringing Capital Back to the Community
Introduction: Ryan Crosby | Community Relations Manager, PanPacific Hotel
  Moderator: Liz Dunn | Principal, Dunn & Hobbes LLC
  Casey Dilloway | Co-Founder & President, Community Sourced Capital
  Alma Lorraine Bone Constable | Founder and CEO, TayaSola
  Peter Smith | Attorney, The Apex Law Group, LLP
  Zeke Spier | Executive Director, Social Justice Fund in Seattle
Closing Remarks
Hosted Networking Reception

Downloadable PDF version of the program

Solutions Labs - New to the GoGreen line up, these labs present an experiential learning environment on specialized topics. Built to explore issues in greater depth, lab attendees get the chance to experiment with new modes of thinking and formulate the application of presented strategies to address relevant and persistent issues. Labs are guided by guest experts and interactively involve participants in the development of working solutions.

Demo Workshops - These workshops will serve as a how-to guide, giving attendees hands-on opportunities to interact with tools, technologies or complex learning material. Attendees are encouraged to engage directly with session leaders and will leave with an applied understanding of the topical content.

Panel Discussions - From across industries and sectors, a carefully curated cohort of leaders discuss topics of critical importance to the resilience of the Northwest region and economy. Through real world case studies, our leadership plenaries offer strategic insights for replicating success, experienced perspectives from the front lines of sustainability and transferrable solutions for our shared challenges. Among this year's topics: climate change, health, the future of transportation, innovative funding avenues for triple bottom line entrepreneurs, and the next frontiers of managing our regional waste stream.

Learn more about the GoGreen Conference in Seattle and see topics we've covered over the years. View our past programs:

2012 , 2011, 2010