Environmental Executive Moves: Steven Chu, Skanska USA, Seven Seas Water
Inventys Thermal Technologies: The carbon capturing company has named Steven Chu to its board of directors. Chu was previously energy secretary in President Barack Obama’s first administration. Prior to that post, Chu was director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Skanska USA: The construction group has promoted Elizabeth Heider to the new position of chief sustainability officer, effective Jan. 1. Heider previously was senior vice president for green markets with Skanska USA Building. She also founded Skanska’s National Green Council.
Seven Seas Water: The large-scale water treatment services company has hired Lee Muller as senior vice president, chief financial officer and a member of the executive committee. Muller previously was chief financial officer and executive vice president for ContourGlobal, which develops, acquires and operates electric power and district heating resources around the world.
Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council: The sustainable procurement organization has hired Christina Macken as its new program director. Macken was the former program manager at the US Green Building Council.
EBI Consulting: The environmental risk and compliance management firm has hired Darcey Hott as senior account executive to serve EBI Consulting’s mid-Atlantic commercial real estate clients. Hott previously was corporate and medical director at the Maryland Athletic Club and vice president of sales at EMG.
Momentum Dynamics: The maker of automatic wireless charging for electric vehicles has named Tony Posawatz to its board of directors. Posawatz was a former executive at General Motors, most recently as vehicle line director for the Chevy Volt.
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