IMT’s Board of Directors steers the organization toward a sustainable future by their oversight of sound, ethical legal governance and financial management policies. The Board’s members represent broad and deep expertise in every aspect of building energy efficiency from public policy on the city, state and federal levels to corporate real estate. They are engaged in developing and approving strategic plans, and they are active advocates for the organization and its mission.
Board of Directors
David B. Goldstein
IMT Founding Chair
David B. Goldstein, who co-founded IMT, has worked on energy efficiency and energy policy since the early 1970s. He currently co-directs the energy program of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
IMT Board Chair
Adam Hinge is the managing director of Sustainable Energy Partnerships, a small consulting firm specializing in energy efficiency program and policy issues. Sustainable Energy Partnerships works to initiate and implement viable energy efficiency projects in North America and developing countries around the world.
IMT Board Treasurer
Sandra Henry’s change-making leadership experience spans the utility, private, and nonprofit sectors. Currently, Sandra is Senior Director, Energy and Sustainability for Elevate Energy.
IMT Board Secretary
Charlotte Matthews is the Director of Sustainability at Sidewalk Labs, an Alphabet company setting out to develop a new city "from the internet up" with a goal of Climate Positive operations.
Jonathan Arnold is the founder and CEO of the Arnold Development Group, a real estate development company that specializes in creating high-performance buildings in transit-oriented neighborhoods.
Carlton Brown is principal of Direct Invest Development, LLC, where he focuses on developing strategies to bring capital markets to disinvested communities and invest in the development of “sustainable restorative” human settlements.
For more than 17 years, Bomee Jung has contributed to New York City’s climate leadership through policy and programmatic innovations.
Alan Miller is a climate change and global environmental expert with more than 30 years of experience. He is currently a consultant on climate change policy and finance for several international organizations including UNDP and USAID and the UN Initiative Sustainable Energy For All. In 2018, he was a Resident Scholar at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center.
Eric Walker is a Climate Justice Advisor for New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.