Staff

West Michigan Chapter Staff

Cheri Holman, LEED AP
Executive Director

Cheri is a LEED Accredited Professional with extensive experience and a genuine passion for energy & water conservation.  Other areas of interest include indoor environmental quality, clean/renewable energy, access to healthy food and all things related to educating and promoting a healthy built environment.

Prior to her work in non-profit Cheri spent most of her career consulting & partnering with private sector corporations to reduce resource consumption within their facilities through the implementation of energy conservation technologies and improved operational practices.  Mrs. Holman is Past Chair of USGBC West Michigan Board of Directors after serving as Treasurer for 2 years.  In early 2008 Cheri founded the LEED for Existing Building Advocacy Group.  She served as a subject matter expert for the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) LEED for EB Operations and Maintenance test development in 2008 and the Commercial Reviewer exam test development in 2009.  In 2010 & 2011 Cheri served as a Greenbuild conference session reviewer.

Mrs. Holman is a partner in Holman Heating & Cooling, a residential HVAC company based in Greenville, MI

 

img_1103Rebecca Holman
Director of Communications & Marketing

Rebecca is a graduate from Grand Valley State University, holding a bachelors degree in Health Communications.  Her passions include healthcare, indoor air quality and sustainability.  She has been with the West MI Chapter since May of 2015.  Rebecca helps with chapter committees such as Green Schools, the Grand Rapids 2030 District and LEED Spotlight.  She is currently pursuing her LEED Green Associates accreditation to help further her knowledge of the green building industry.

 

Morgan Price
Program Administrator

Morgan administrates the Battle of the Buildings, assists with the 2030 district program events and activities, as well as advocates for LEED among other initiatives of the Chapter. She has a passion for renewable energy, sustainable design, and green infrastructure. Prior to working for the Chapter, she managed projects for environmental consulting and engineering firms, furthering her knowledge in the environmental policy and programs.

Morgan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Communications and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Environmental Management and Policy with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability.