is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) from the Association of Energy Engineers. He is a Senior Sustainability Engineer with the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center at University of Louisville. He provides technical assistance for client requests pertaining to pollution prevention (P2) and energy efficiency (E2) topics including development and delivery of training and workshops.
He has over 25 years of experience in providing engineering and technical assistance to business and industry. Working with an industrial extension program at Penn State University, he provided engineering-based improvement opportunities to Pennsylvania manufacturers and entrepreneurs in a variety of technical areas, including new product development, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. In addition, Mark has taught sustainable engineering and project management at the Sullivan College of Technology and Design in Louisville, Kentucky.