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All green professionals are invited to attend this fantastic networking & collaboration event. Green businesses, hybrid green companies, and activists looking to connect to experts in the green business community—this is the place to be. Real-time collaboration and pay-it-forward networking are top on the agenda all in a majestic atmosphere – the Hotel ICON.

March 22, Tuesday

5:30-7:30 pm

• Hotel ICON, 220 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002
• Suggested Donation $10 entry fee (A portion of the proceeds will benefit the local charity

First 25 guests receive free drink tickets, so get there early!

Mini-Speakers Series

This month’s mini-speakers series features Houston’s widely respected green leaders David Crossley of Houston Tomorrow and Lora-Marie Bernard, Executive Director of the USGBC-Texas Gulf Coast Chapter as they touch on “Green Neighborhood Development – Creating Sustainable Communities from the Ground Up”.

Infuse your body AND your mind with some good juice!

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About the Speakers

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David Crossley is president and founder of Houston Tomorrow, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all the people of the Houston region through research, education, and discussion. Houston Tomorrow’s vision is that, on its 200th birthday in 2036, the Houston region will be home to the healthiest, happiest, most prosperous people in the United States.

Crossley has led the Livable Houston/Smart Growth Initiative in the Houston Gulf Coast region since the organization’s founding as the Gulf Coast Institute in 1998.

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Lora-Marie Bernard is the Executive Director of the U.S. Green Building Council-Texas Gulf Coast Chapter,  a 501(C) corporation dedicated to the initiation, development and implementation of market-based green building policies, program technologies, design practices, and operation procedures. Previously Bernard was a national award-winning investigative reporter whose environmental articles led to increased air monitoring along the Houston/Galveston Ship Channels and whose crime articles led to the conviction of felony criminals. In addition, her efforts were recognized by First Lady Laura Bush in the White House Preserve America initiative for leading part of a community volunteer team that worked to revitalize and save a historic African-American neighborhood.

Bring business cards and we’ll provide your energy fuel. We’re Growing – Come Join the Connections