In the 2nd session of the series, experts will discuss the basics of ventilation and the science behind good IAQ, applicable standards, where to go for information and help, impacts on energy efficiency, and the future of ventilation technology and practices. Panelists will discuss common issues and solutions, and as always, there will be time for Q&A.
We are extending this session to 60 minutes.
Todd DeMonte, Chief Technology Officer, Indoor Air Hygiene Institute
Wanyu Rengie Chan, PhD., Deputy, Mechanical Research Scientist/Engineer, Indoor Environment, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Tracy Enger, Indoor Environments Division, Office of Air & Radiation, EPA
Christian Weeks, Chief Executive Officer, enVerid Systems
- School Building Science Fridays October 8, 2021 webinar recording: Watch here
- Webinar slides: Download here
Tracy Washington Enger has worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Air since 1994. In her current position in the Indoor Environments Division, she develops, promotes, and implements education and outreach programs that protect public health from indoor environmental pollutants. She has worked for 20 years on building capacity for school districts across the country to create greener, cleaner, heathier learning environments by implementing the EPA Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools (IAQ TfS) Action Kit. In addition to the IAQ TfS Action Kit itself, she has been instrumental in the development of a suite of products to assist schools in taking action to address IAQ issues, including recently developed guidance documents on preventative maintenance, websites, national and regional in-person training events, and series of professional training webinars. Ms. Washington Enger received her B.S. and M.S. in Journalism from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. After graduate school, Ms. Washington Enger joined the Peace Corps where she taught English literature and language in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Additionally, Ms Washington Enger is an alumnus of the Newfield Network international coaching program and a Georgetown Certified Facilitator.
Christian Weeks is the CEO of enVerid Systems, a leader in indoor air quality and energy efficiency. Christian has over a decade of experience in energy efficiency and indoor air quality and is passionate about helping buildings achieve their energy efficiency and indoor air quality goals through smart investments in HVAC systems and proven air cleaning technologies.
Dr. Rengie Chan is a Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Her work focuses on characterizing indoor air quality and implications to human exposures in residential and commercial buildings. She recently completed a research project studying indoor air quality and ventilation in California classrooms, working in collaboration with UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center. Dr. Chan is leading the Efficient and Healthy Schools campaign sponsored by the Department of Energy. She also manages the iaqscience website that summarizes the state of knowledge on indoor air quality and health. Dr. Chan earned her Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of California, Berkeley.
Todd DeMonte is the Chief Innovation Officer of Madison Indoor Air Quality (MIAQ), a Madison Industries business vertical that holds the following companies: Indoor Air Hygiene Institute, Therma-Stor, DAS, Addison, Specified Air, Air Xchange, Novel Aire, United CoolAir, and Steril-Aire. As Chief Technology Officer of the Indoor Air Institute, Todd identifies and leads the development of innovative new product concepts, markets, and solutions across all MIAQ companies, increasing vitality and driving long-term value creation.
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