Jeff Frie

posted Jan 4, 2011, 2:15 PM by ASHRAE Saskatoon   [ updated Jan 4, 2011, 2:49 PM ]
Jan 10, 2011 ASHRAE President Note Jan 10 is Monday
Lynn Bellenger, Pathfinder Engineers, Rochester, N.Y.
Modeling a Sustainable World
Feb 8, 2011 ASHRAE Distinguished Lecture
Tim McGinn, PEng LEED AP   Cohos Evmy
European Technologies and their Application in North America
Mar 8, 2011
To be Announced
April 12, 2011
Tentative Speaker  Dan O’Brian, National Sales Manager, Halton Canada
Kitchen Ventilation

Lynn G. Bellenger
, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, is a partner with Pathfinder Engineers, Rochester, N.Y.
As the Society’s president-elect, Bellenger is a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee and chairs the President-Elect Advisory Committee, Members Council and the Advocacy Committee.

“We have an immense talent base in our ASHRAE members, each with unique experience, education and skills for meeting the challenges facing our global society,” she said. “Our greatest opportunity is mobilizing those resources to utilize the tools available, and those being developed, to reduce worldwide energy use. The net-zero-energy building conference that ASHRAE sponsored in San Francisco in March 2008 demonstrated that net-zero-energy buildings can, and are, being built today. We need to inspire and motivate the developers, owners, design professionals, contractors, and operators – everyone involved in the built environment – to accept the challenge to ‘take energy out of buildings’ and provide a healthy, productive environment at minimal energy use. And we need to continue and accelerate our efforts to provide the tools to do so.”

Bellenger is a member of member of the Indoor Air Quality Design Guide Steering Committee, the Joint Expo Policy Committee, and technical committee 4.1, Load Calculation and Data Procedures. She formerly served as treasurer and vice president.

Bellenger is a recipient of the Exceptional Service Award, the Distinguished Service Award, two first-place ASHRAE Technology Awards and the Lincoln Bouillon Membership Award.

She received a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Principia College and a master of science in environmental science from Rutgers University.