Connections and interactions are the heart of an ecosystem, and the value of an economic entity. Your business depends on connections and interactions among customers, staff, and contractors. ESG processes help see into these interactions and the value that they create.
Grey Lee is part of many networks, and these connections help you as you seek to refine your approach to ESG and value creation.
Lee Partners of New England – this is our business entity and fiscal agent, and also a 25-year-old real estate advisory service that knows the full cycle of commercial real estate in the Greater Boston region.
Environmental Leadership Program – a professional association of eco-leaders, of which I belong, as a senior fellow. Based in Washington, DC, but serving all of North America.
Placetailor – a design-build development cooperative in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. Dedicated to net-positive construction of healthy buildings that enhance the resilience of their communities.
Senseworks – a collective of engineers, UX designers, and systems integrators working to develop and deliver sensor-integrated data systems to optimize building performance.
Built Environment Plus / USGBC MA – my former organization – the US Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter, where I served as Executive Director from 2012 to 2017.
First Parish in Cambridge is the Unitarian Universalist congregation to which I belong. I am a former Trustee on the Standing Committee, and support community engagement and congregational advancement as the co-chair of the Membership Committee.
The Cambridge Cooperative Club – the cooperative house where I lived for over 15 years, founded in 1963, first organized as a group of students in 1943 to share ration coupons and cohabit, sharing the large house of an elderly couple during the war…
The Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group (AIDG) – a business incubation social enterprise supporting power, water and sanitation ventures in the global south. I was the co-founding secretary. The organization has dissolved after ten years of making a difference. Various of its incubated businesses continue to thrive.
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