Tue, Jun 20|
NY-AEE Annual Awards Gala June 20, 2023 at New York's Club 101
Please join us at the NY-AEE Annual Gala in congratulating this year's awardees. Open bar and 3-course dinner! Seating is limited.
Time & Location
Jun 20, 2023, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Club 101, 101 Park Ave, New York, NY 10178, USA
About The Event
Please join us at the 2023 NY-AEE Annual Awards Gala to network with colleagues in the NYC energy community, congratulate this year's awardees and hear from NYCHA's Senior Vice President for Sustainability of the Asset and Capital Management Division.
Open bar and 3-course dinner - - Networking - - Awards Dinner - - Keynote Speaker
$145 Mid-year individual members (to buy membership: https://www.aeeny.org/plans-pricing )
$1,450 Table (Seats 10)
Payment by PayPal - be sure to sign into your account
The gala has sold out the last 10 years and this year should not be missed!
Reservations must be received by June 9th, so register today. Seating is limited.
Dan Mastin, CEM, CMVP, New York-Presbyterian Hospital -
Corporate Energy & Commissioning Program Manager
Stephen M. Eber, PE, Willdan Energy Solutions -
Director, Advanced Technologies
Young Energy Professional(s)
Jennifer Silkowitz, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center – Manager of Energy & Sustainability
Joaquin Font, CEM, CEA, LEED AP BD+C, BR+A – Energy Modeling Analyst
Energy Project of the Year
Super Campus Steam to Hot Water Conversion - MSKCC
Vlada Kenniff, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Sustainability in NYCHA’s Asset and Capital Management Division
Energy and sustainability work in the NYCHA portfiolio, the needs if NYCHA communities and NYCHA's aspirations though grants and funding oppotunities accross NYCHA and beyond.
Bio Vlada Kenniff, Ph. D
Vlada Kenniff, Ph.D., is the Senior Vice President for Sustainability in NYCHA’s Asset and Capital Management Division.
In this role, she is responsible for leading NYCHA’s comprehensive Sustainability Agenda for the nation’s largest public housing authority, working toward a decarbonized future and healthier homes while leveraging ongoing and future capital work to provide training and hiring opportunities for NYCHA residents.
In the past several years, Ms. Kenniff has focused on transformative waste management programs such as procuring the first pneumatic system as a retrofit to an existing building, mechanical waste collection, and waste yard redesigns. In the clean energy space, Ms. Kenniff has been leading the work to transform heating and cooling through the Clean Heat for All Challenge, and the ACCESSolar Program is focused on training and hiring NYCHA residents.
Prior to joining NYCHA in 2017, Ms. Kenniff spent over a decade at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection working on a range of water conservation, demand management, green infrastructure, and climate resiliency projects. Ms. Kenniff earned her Ph.D. in information studies from LIU Post, an M.S. in city and regional planning from Pratt Institute, and a B.A. in environmental studies from Pace University.