2016-2017 Board of Governors 

The new board of governors was installed at the June 9 chapter meeting. 

President:   Tyler Bradshaw
President Elect:  Nikola Kravik
Secretary:  Michelle Dionello
Treasurer: Jason Lesser
Board of Governors:  Alyse Falconer
Board of Governors: Anna Osborne
Board of Governors (Immediate Past President): Erik Kolderup




 President's Message

Special Treat This Month!

Welcome Golden Gate ASHRAE members and friends,

We were treated to a very engaging presentation at our November dinner meeting; we had a lot of questions that took us well past our scheduled time to end the meeting. I’d like to personally thank Mr. Francis Chapman and Dr. Nancy E. Ryan for taking the time to help us understand not only what’s been currently achieved with renewables on our grid but also a glimpse of what our grid renewables might look like and how smart buildings can help achieve this.
Traditionally past presidents have not used their monthly message to make meeting announcements but this December we have a SPECIAL TREAT. At our upcoming December meeting we will have the honor of hosting our current society president. While we’ve had past/future president’s as speakers in the past like Kent Peterson, I cannot recall a time where we’ve had the standing president present speak at our chapter. 

If you’re like me you’re juggling a very busy workload before the holidays while also trying to include plans for extra time with family and friends in December. I hope you can make the time, like me, to attend this special dinner meeting event. Society President Tim Wentz will be presenting his presidential theme, “Adapt Today to Shape Tomorrow” which is based on the goal in the Society’s Strategic Plan to adapt. Registration for the event can be made on the San Jose ASHRAE chapter site until the venue max occupancy is reached. https://sanjoseashrae.wildapricot.org/event-2315945

I hope to see you at our Joint Golden Gate and San Jose ASHRAE dinner meeting.

Tyler Bradshaw, 2016-2017 Golden Gate ASHRAE President

 

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