Here’s the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders.
Quest Resource Holding Corporation: The environmental, sustainability, recycling, and resource management firm has appointed David Sweitzer as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He most recently served as chief sales officer, executive vice president and senior vice president of sales at SMS Assist.
CLEAResult: The utility energy-efficiency program provider has hired Terry Moore as the company’s chief operating officer. Most recently Moore served as senior managing director at Accenture.
Aclima: The environmental sensor network provider has named Dr. Chris Pyke chief strategy officer. Prior to joining Aclima, Pyke was the chief operating officer for Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) and the vice president for research at the US Green Building Council.
KPMG International: The professional services firm has promoted Regina Mayor (pictured) as the global sector head of the energy and natural resources practice. Mayor has been with the firm since 2006.
Green Business Certification Inc.: The certification body for the USGBC’s LEED green building program has announced a new technology organization called arc and named Scot Horst, USGBC’s chief product officer, as arc’s incoming CEO. He will transition from his role with USGBC and LEED at the end of 2016.
Pax World Management: The sustainable investment firm has hired Diederik Basch to serve as senior analyst on Pax World’s small cap and mid cap funds. Most recently Basch served as senior equity analyst at RobecoSAM AG.
Ethical Electric: The renewable energy company has added three positions to help launch the company’s community solar division under the new name of CleanChoice Energy. Laura Pagliarulo has joined the company as managing director of community solar and energy innovation, Daniel Murray has been named chief technology officer, and Richard Graves has been named chief impact officer. Pagliarulo most recently directed SunEdison’s community solar efforts. Murray has been with Ethical Electric for three years and Graves is co-founder of the company.
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff: The global engineering and professional services firm has promoted Matthew Burns to lead the company’s US environment sector. Burns has been with the firm since 2000. The company has also promoted Todd M. Musterait as vice president and director of client development US environment sector Musterait has been with the firm for 11 years.