Presentation of National Awards won by National Capital Chapter
Rodger Schultz (b. 1970) is a rising and globally collected Professional Fine Artist from Washington D.C. Expanding on a prosperous career in Illustration and Iconography, the breadth and width of his knowledge, command of visual languages and diverse range of mark-making, Rodger is quickly creating one of the most diverse and exciting portfolios in American Art.
His Drawing style is abstract. His landscapes, based in impressionism. His portraits, a playground of realist-tending illustration. The works he makes for himself are an infinite, experimental dance exploring the marriage between the three self-invented styles.Where most artists concern themselves solely with self-expression, Rodger's training, background and innate joy is in creating work for others. Revering his clients, collectors, and patrons as his own Self, his uncanny ability to absorb their will and manifest it has propelled him into one of the East Coast's most sought-after Commission Artists -- private, public and corporate.
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CHAPTER AWARDS PRESENTED BY CHAPTER PRESIDENT
RODGER SCHULTZ ART SHOW
Bill is responsible for the day to day operations of the Association of Energy Engineers. He is responsible for managing programs for membership, certification, publications, and conferences. He has worked with many local, state and federal agencies to develop workforce training programs and led the initiative to gain ANSI 17024 Accreditation and U.S. DOE Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines recognition of the AEE certifications. Bill attended the University of Georgia and has over 25 years' experience in energy management, automation, and controls in both sales and engineering roles. He is a Certified Energy Manager® (CEM®), a member of the Commercial Workforce Credentialing Council Board of Advisors, and was previously Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Varec, a Leidos company.
Registration/Reception: 6:00 pm
Buffet Dinner: 7:30 pm
Awards Presentation: 8:00pm
Event Over No Later than 10:00 pm
Mr. Lord has worked for the past 12 years as Energy Education Specialist for Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia. Mr. Lord is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM). In addition to the CEM, Mr. Lord holds several other certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers including Certified Sustainable Development Professional, Certified Demand Side Management Professional, Certified Energy Auditor and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional. Mr. Lord is also licensed teacher in VA with 10 years of classroom experience.
2017 Holiday Party & Awards Presentation
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
After more than 40 years of continual service to AEE and to the National Capital Chapter, Mr. Deem has announced his retirement from the Vice Presidency. We will be honoring him and his service.
Jeff Deem is a retired mechanical contractor who was responsible for designing and installing mechanical systems and automation systems since the mid-1970's. Jeff completed Virginia Tech's Energy Management Diploma Course in the early1980's. He has served continuously as an AEE/NCC officer beginning as chapter Secretary in the late 1970's before serving as Treasurer and then as Vice President, which he currently occupies.
Recognition of National Capital Chapter contributions to AEE National programs
Come celebrate 2017 with friends and colleagues as we gather to enjoy the camaraderie and fellowship that brings us all together in the AEE National Capital Chapter. Enjoy buffet dinner as we converse, dance, and mingle in a relaxed atmosphere as we recognize the individuals and groups whose examples and innovations drive us into the New Year. Event program highlights are listed below.
When Jeff retired in 2014, he held statewide Class A Mechanical Contracting licenses in Ohio, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee as wells as many local licenses in states without statewide licenses. While President of his mechanical contracting company, Altus Corporation, he served customer sites from upstate New York to New Orleans, Louisiana.
In addition to his energy conservation efforts, Jeff has been involved in promoting clean energy, serving as a volunteer at James Madison University's Center for Wind Energy, Small Wind Outreach Team (SWOT).Other environmental efforts include serving two terms as Virginia's recreational fishing representative on NOAA's Mid Atlantic Fisheries Management Council (MAFMC), Chairing the Virginia Marine Resources Finfish Management Advisory Committee (FMAC) and serving on numerous species subcommittees.
Jeff also represents mid-Atlantic recreational fishermen in Ocean Planning efforts as a member of the Stakeholder Liaison Committees on both BOEM's Mid Atlantic Regional Planning Body (MidA RPB) and on a council established by the five mid-Atlantic states' Governors, the Mid Atlantic Regional Council On the Ocean (MARCO).
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George Washington University
Science and Engineering Hall
800 22nd St NW Washington, DC 20052