Sustainability Testimonials

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“Lucile glessner is a valued member of the west valley college sustainability committee, which I serve on as the committee chair. She has completed our college’s LEED Internship training and passed her exams with high marks. She is passionate about her sustainable design, has assisted the college staff in researching and recommending sustainable building design materials and features for our leed silver certified building renovations. When there is work to be done, she is the first to volunteer her expertise. she maintains a positive outlook in everything she does for our college and in her life in general. lucile is a delight to work with, and I highly recommend her as a capable, self-motivated colleague.”¬†Brenda Rogers Sr. Executive Assistant to College President West Valley College

 

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“Lucile was the lead on a project to do product review for the West Valley College standards program, she also was very active on the LEED project for the applied arts and science building. Lucile has been instrumental in getting the sustainability template up for the college. She is a talented designer, intelligent, and very committed to the college and all efforts to promote sustainable design. I would recommend Lucile for any design project/work that she is interested in as she is a valuable and committed team member. ”¬†Gaye Dabalos, ¬†Director Facilities Construction at West Valley-Mission Community College District

 

 

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“Lucile has been a key asset on the WVC leed internship management team for several years. She has provided leadership and mentoring to new interns, expertise in working on specific leed credits and specifications, and has worked tirelessly promoting the internship, advocating sustainable design education and creating valuable relationships with district and WVC staff, faculty and students. It has been a great honor to work with her and I would gladly recommend her for sustainable design projects.” Anna Harrison, ASID, LEED AP President-Elect at California Peninsula Chapter of ASID