Marina Badoian-Kriticos is a Research Scientist at HARC and focuses her efforts on the development and implementation of energy, resilience, and natural resource policies and programs. Prior to joining HARC, Marina worked as City Energy Project Senior City Advisor at the Institute for Market Transformation. In this role she focused on expanding energy and water efficiency in the built environment and provided support and expertise to the City of Houston to help develop programs and policies that will lead to a healthier and more prosperous city. Marina also previously served as Sustainability Director for the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) where she drove sustainability initiatives through a global organization and developed tools for market innovation. She received her B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Houston-Downtown.
The Energy team, comprised of Ms. Marina Badoian-Kriticos, Dr. Gavin Dillingham, Dr. Stephanie Glenn, and Dr. Meredith Jennings had CARAT (Climate Analytics Risk Assessment Tool) accepted in EPICenter’s incubator business startup program out of San Antonio.
The city of Houston’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) hit a milestone last month with the release of a draft of the plan. HARC serves as the technical advisor and research leader on the project.
Register for an upcoming a half-day workshop on how combined heat and power (CHP) can provide cost effective, reliable power and enhance the resilience of public and private facilities across Colorado on September 11.
Please join us for an upcoming webinar on July 23, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT