Green Jobs 101: Sustainability Advocate Certificate with Tiffany Wilmot

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“If you’re involved with a new project today, and you’re not making it as green as possible, it will be functionally obsolete the day it opens for business and then economically disadvantaged for its entire lifetime. – Jerry Yudelson

“It’s not easy being green.” – Kermit the Frog

Summary: Are we living well today, but creating challenges for tomorrow? This is the main idea behind sustainable development, the principle that underlies the recent interest in "green" technologies, products, and campaigns. Many people are working within governments, universities, and companies to provide policies, products, and services that can provide for today and create a healthier economy, environment, and society for the future. The term “green jobs” has been used to describe someone working toward that future. Although the popular press usually describes someone with a green job as a wind turbine technician or solar panel installer, this course will introduce and explore the concept that every job needs to become a “green job” and how you can either get one or create one.

This certificate series includes the Expert-led Green Jobs 101 course and two credit bearing self-paced courses: Introduction to Environmental Science and Business Ethics. Completion of all three courses is required for the certificate

This Certificate includes 6 ACE Recommended college credits


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Tiffany Wilmot|Lipscomb University

Since 1994, Tiffany Wilmot has served as president of Wilmot Inc., a sustainability and green building consulting firm providing clients with innovative, high performance approaches to improve health, protect the environment and save money. Under her leadership, Wilmot has managed a wide variety of large-scale public and private-sector projects for clients such as GM, the US Army, Metro Nashville, Vice President Al Gore, and the Coors Co.

Wilmot Inc. currently is working with Nashville’s new $600M convention center, Music City Center, to attain LEED Silver certification for the building. As an adjunct professor in the MBA program of Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practice, Ms. Wilmot teaches Green Building and as well as a travel class of students to the annual USGBC conference, Green Build.

Ms. Wilmot’s public and community relations experience includes: the creative team for Coca-Cola account that developed concept, client presentations and publicity; acting as media director for Courtyard by Marriott Hotels creating promotional concepts, planning events, and supervising media relations; creating the marketing plan for Southern Cellulose, a company that produces cellulose insulation from recycled phone books & newspapers; and founding Eco-Logical, a non-profit organization dedicated to instilling positive environmental values in school age children through interactive educational projects. The main focus was an annual tree-planting program. In its 1st year, 4th graders planted 80,000 trees.

Ms. Wilmot is 1 of 6 national experts selected to write the U.S. HUD Development study entitled, Feasibility Study of Deconstruction as an Economic Development Strategy.

In 2012, Ms. Wilmot was named USGBC Faculty. Based on her experience in the green building industry, USGBC has licensed her to teach approved LEED curriculum.

Specialties

  • LEED Accredited Professional and a licensed building contractor.
  • Green Building and Sustainability Consulting.
  • Public Speaker

“If you’re involved with a new project today, and you’re not making it as green as possible, it will be functionally obsolete the day it opens for business and then economically disadvantaged for its entire lifetime. – Jerry Yudelson

“It’s not easy being green.” – Kermit the Frog

Summary: Are we living well today, but creating challenges for tomorrow? This is the main idea behind sustainable development, the principle that underlies the recent interest in "green" technologies, products, and campaigns. Many people are working within governments, universities, and companies to provide policies, products, and services that can provide for today and create a healthier economy, environment, and society for the future. The term “green jobs” has been used to describe someone working toward that future. Although the popular press usually describes someone with a green job as a wind turbine technician or solar panel installer, this course will introduce and explore the concept that every job needs to become a “green job” and how you can either get one or create one.

This certificate series includes the Expert-led Green Jobs 101 course and two credit bearing self-paced courses: Introduction to Environmental Science and Business Ethics. Completion of all three courses is required for the certificate

This Certificate includes 6 ACE Recommended college credits


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