Aaron Smith | EEBA Chief Executive Officer
Aaron Smith
612.325.5719
aaron@eeba.org

Aaron Smith is the CEO of the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) which represents a community of over 50,000 builders and their stakeholders across North America that are truly the early adopters and innovators in driving sustainable transformation of the homebuilding industry.

Aaron has over 25 years of experience in home construction, building products, sustainability and non-profit board leadership. He has worked for companies including Kohler, Uponor and ASSA ABLOY as well as startups in Silicon Valley and his own building and remodeling company. Aaron previously served on non-profit Boards for Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center, Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPDC), CT Sustainable Business Council, and co-founded the CT Collaborative - Living Building Challenge.

Aaron completed his undergraduate studies at West Point and St. Cloud State University and is a 2016 graduate of the Yale University MBA program with a focus on Sustainability. He loves green building and sustainability as well as hockey, hiking, skiing, gardening and spending time with his wife, Jennifer, 3 boys and 4 cats and chickens at their home in Minneapolis.

Nancy Bakeman | EEBA Executive Vice President
Nancy Bakeman
612.518.4539
nancy@eeba.org

Nancy Bakeman is the Executive Vice President of EEBA, the Energy & Environmental Building Alliance, a community of over 50,000 members whose goal is to help high performance builders thrive and drive the transformation of sustainable building across North America.

She has been with the organization for nearly 15 years and has played several different roles and adapted to lots of changes in the industry over those years.  In her past life, she spent many years in the legal profession and made the leap to the non-profit world in 2005 and never looked back.

Nancy lives in the Minneapolis area and likes to travel and spend time outside in all seasons, but mostly loves spending time with friends and family, especially her granddaughter Ari.

Luodan Rojas | EEBA Digital Media Manager
Luodan Rojas
luodan@eeba.org

Luodan Rojas is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism and Communications at Northwestern University.

She specializes in multimedia journalism and international environmental policy. Luodan has managed communications for several sustainable construction organizations in Central America. She also worked as an intern for a Chicago-based video agency, and as an editor and graphic designer for a Northwestern University magazine. Luodan spends her free time making digital illustrations and animations. She’s excited to learn more about digital media and design at EEBA!

Gabrielle McLaughlin | EEBA Digital Designer & Marketing Coordinator
Gabrielle McLaughlin
gabrielle@eeba.org

Gabrielle McLaughlin has a BA in Communications from Moody Institute, specializing in graphic design. 

She has previously worked as a communications manager at an education-based nonprofit and has graphic design experience across a wide range of industries. She is currently pursuing a certificate in user interface and user experience design. Gabrielle spends her free time being outdoors, biking, and creating abstract art.

Mary MacLeod | EEBA Director of Development
Mary MacLeod
207.712.5606
mary@eeba.org

Mary MacLeod-Jones is a veteran sales and marketing strategist specializing in sustainability and construction sectors. Based in Southern Maine, MacLeod-Jones creates integrated communications campaigns that capitalize growth and funding  opportunities for organizations by leveraging the power of  partnerships.

Industry expertise includes the digital marketplace, residential architecture, sustainable chemistry, advanced building envelope technologies, wood products, concrete admixtures, insulation materials and systems, brownfield remediation, aquaculture, government relations and nonprofit development.

Malcolm Wigder | EEBA Decarbonization Analyst Intern
Malcolm Wigder
malcolm@eeba.org

Malcolm Wigder is a senior in high school who specializes in computer science and data analytics.

His role is analyzing and understanding various softwares that aid the reduction of carbon emissions and comparing them. Malcolm also plans to follow his passion for physics and eventually apply his studies to the reduction of climate change.

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