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Chief Executive Officer, Green Seal
In January 2018, Doug Mr. Gatlin became CEO of Green Seal, the nation's first organization dedicated to creating a safer healthier environment through market transformation. Prior to joining Green Seal, Mr. Gatlin spent 25 years in the energy efficiency and sustainability field where he became one of the world's foremost experts in the design, development and promotion of market transformation programs and environmental certifications.
Mr. Gatlin held leadership positions with both the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC's) LEED Program, and with EPA's ENERGY STAR Program. At USGBC, Mr. Gatlin led the development of standards for existing buildings, schools, the retail sector and hotels. He also launched the LEED Volume initiative, tailored to the needs of large national and global real estate portfolios.
During his 12-year tenure at USGBC, Mr. Gatlin also served as Senior Vice President for LEED Certification and Professional Credentialing at the Green Business Certification Institute, sister organization of USGBC. At EPA, Mr. Gatlin was part of the original team that formed the ENERGY STAR Buildings program, where he launched the first national energy certification program for Schools as well as State and Local government buildings. He has spoken extensively on energy performance in buildings, sustainable corporate portfolios, LEED, environmental certifications and green products. During his career, Mr. Gatlin has relied on a mix of technical and policy expertise to solve problems and identify new opportunities.
Mr. Gatlin holds a B.S. in Political Science from Duke and an M.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy from Georgetown.
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Mr. Gatlin can be contacted at 202-872-6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org