Katrina ManaganCity Energy Project City Advisor, City of Denver firstname.lastname@example.org | 720-865-2890
Through the City Energy Project, a joint initiative of IMT and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to improve buildings' efficiency in 20 U.S. cities, IMT has hired expert staff to assist cities with their energy efficiency initiatives. City Advisors work directly with city employees in local government offices. They provide essential support in developing and implementing each city's tailored efficiency plan. As part of the City Energy Project network, the advisors share best practices and learn from each other's experience.
Katrina Managan is the Senior Advisor on Energy Efficiency for the City and County of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health. She leads the Energize Denver initiative, which includes Denver's benchmarking ordinance. She engages the commercial and multifamily real estate industry in Denver in the development and implementation of strategies to improve the energy efficiency of their buildings at each stage in a building’s life cycle including acquisition, leasing, and operations. Her over three years with Denver build on eight years of previous experience researching building efficiency market growth strategies at Johnson Controls and advocating at the federal level on energy and climate policy.