Mark joined Optimal Energy in 2016. He has experience in the areas of low-income energy efficiency programs, building sciences, non-energy benefits, green job workforce development, healthy housing, public health and social service systems optimization. Mark has demonstrated success with developing and managing complex housing initiatives focused on creating government efficiency and program cost savings by integrating and streamlining energy efficiency, healthy housing and health related services with a proven multi-sector bottom line return on investment. These initiatives have honed Mark’s project management and coalition building skills to deliver data driven outcomes among a diverse array of stakeholders including federal, state and municipal government, utilities, community action agencies, housing contactors, higher education, hospitals, FQHCs, philanthropy and non-profits. Mark works out of Optimal’s Rhode Island office.
B.A., Public & Community Service Studies, Providence College