Spokane Regional Networking, Social Media, Professional and Business Development
Cascadia Green Building Spokane Chapter is holding their 2nd annual 10x10x10 Green Building Slam at the Magic Lantern Theater April 10th, at 5:30pm and is looking for submissions from ten local…Continue
Hey LPINW Crew, I had this thought today and I figured that I would throw it out to the group and see what resonates. When it comes to resumes and cover letters, most of us struggle in two ways: 1.…Continue
Ryan Arnold is a writer, advocate, and emerging business leader working in the confluence of sustainability, business, and technology. He is currently the building energy simulation analyst for MSI Engineering, a green building writer for Noesis Energy, and an active director for Kootenai Environmental Alliance. In 2010 he received Ecover’s 30 Under 30 National Award for his work in energy efficiency for low-income families.
Ryan's past positions include management and marketing roles in the energy efficiency and technology industries, and has completed multiple consulting and teaching roles focused on the environmental impact of building systems and business practices with organizations such as the University of Idaho, Coeur D’Alene Chamber of Commerce, Idaho Small Business Development Center, and Avista Utilities.
Ryan holds a MBA in Sustainable Business from Bainbridge Graduate Institute, a B.S. of Business Management from the University of Idaho, and is a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor, LEED Accredited Professional, and Certified Idaho Energy Auditor Trainer.
Ryan is based out of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. You can reach him at RyanSArnold.com or on Twitter @RyanSArnold.
The US Green Building Council’s LEED certification has been experiencing not only substantial market penetration since it inception in 1998, but has gone through many progressive changes to make the program a more holistic and inclusive green building standard that can be applied to almost any type of building type or size. …
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Having a Twitter account has always been an accumulative process. You start with no followers and…Continue
Last night I had the pleasure of attending the first Spokane Tweetup of the 2012 season at Ripples within the Red Lion Hotel. The beer was good, company better, and overall discussion was rather engaging.
One of the topics we hit on was how we viewed Klout as a SM tool. Some at the table knew what Klout was, some did not. The aggregate response from the crowd bordered somewhere between indifference and pessimism…