Brendan Molony Joins GHI Board Term 2021 – 22

Brendan Molony is a graduate of Aquinas College with a bachelor’s degree in sustainable business and for the last six years has lead the sustainability program at Bronson Healthcare Group. Brendan has a passion to drive organizational and community development, while taking into account the people, planet, and financial success. Focusing on waste reduction, mobility, green building design, local/healthy food, green cleaning, and smarter purchasing, Brendan has helped Bronson become one of the top 50 Green hospitals in the United States as rated by the Becker Review, while also saving the organization over $2million annually.  Brendan has served as past chair of the Michigan Health and Hospital Association’s Green Healthcare Committee, is also a founding board member of Bike Friendly Kalamazoo, and board president of the South West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum. He currently he serves on the board of Community Homework’s as secretary, and the Vine Neighborhood Association as vice president. When not working on sustainability issues, you can find Brendan running on trails throughout Kalamazoo.

Bill Spohn Joins GHI Board 2021 – 2022 Term

Welcome, Bill Spohn, P.E. to the GreenHome Institute Board of Directors for 2021 – 2022!

Owner of TruTech Tools, LTD. Bill is an entrepreneur who is willing to listen, learn and cooperate to better the world in any small way he can.

Bill sits on the GHI education committee and lives in a newly built modular home targeting zero energy. You can take a CE virtual tour of the home here anytime.

Also, hear more of what’s on his mind, download or subscribe to his podcast and learn more about Bill here.

Arts and Crafts Goes Green – ADA and LEED – Midland, Michigan

Prokopp Residence – LEED Silver – Lake Angelus, MI

First ever certified GreenStar Homes Multifamily improves occupant health

Will Gallmeyer, Green Projects Group joins GHI Board of Directors in 2019, Elected Treasurer

Will is President at Green Projects Group, currently focusing on LED lighting supply. His background is in utility rebate programs, residential energy auditing, and construction/remodeling. He is passionate about affordable housing, energy efficiency, natural building, and cooperation. He is also on boards at Circle Pines Center and Fountain Street Church. His wife, Samantha, is passionate about birth work. Their dog, Tawny, is just an adorable dog. He was recently very inspired by Drawdown and wants to create a vehicle to implement those solutions hyper-locally.

Will serves as the Treasurer for GHI.

Kay T. Rose, Hope Network Housing Development Corp joins GHI Board of Directors in 2019

Kay Rose, a West Michigan native, has an extensive background in professional administration and customer service in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. She brings an overall understanding of business and a passion for being environmentally conscious to the Board. Always looking to learn more about green building options, she is excited to join efforts with GHI to educate and encourage residents to explore greener alternatives. An avid believer in reuse, recycle, repurpose, she enjoys breathing new life into ‘funky junk’ in her spare time, as well as travel, exploring the outdoors, hiking, camping – always with camera in hand. Currently, Kay works with the Hope Network Housing Development team focusing on affordable housing solutions and integrating supportive services for those most in need of help.