We at the USGBC – Illinois Chapter would like to thank you for being a Chapter member. Your membership dues underwrite over 12% of our budget and your countless hours spent volunteering with us help us to accomplish our mission. Together we are transforming the built environment we live in into a healthier and more sustainable place, while conserving and promoting respect for the natural environment as well. Without you, none of this would be possible, and so it is with the deepest gratitude that we thank you for being a part of our organization.
If you have any questions regarding your membership with USGBC – Illinois Chapter or USGBC, please see one of the related links below, or feel free to contact Joan Martin, Development Director (312-245-8300 x205).
- Member Only Forum – updated to Yammer
USGBC – Illinois Member Testimonies
- “I’ve been a member of the USGBC-Illinois since 2006. This membership has provided networking and educational opportunities that have been instrumental in my personal and professional growth. Being part of such a dynamic and influential organization keeps me at the forefront of the green building movement and provides a way for me to give back to my community.” – Paige Finnegan, Senior Program Manager, Franklin Energy Services
- “Initially [I joined the USGBC-Illinois chapter] to become aware of the LEED movement. Then [my membership] became a vehicle to access information about certification, classes, other members, meetings, events, etc. Now, [my membership] still remains all of those, but it also allows me to be an active participant in the movement and incorporate the principles, more and more, in what we do and how we portray ourselves. The intent of market transformation has taken root and we are transforming.” – Daniel G. Wood, Lurvey Landscape Supply
- “My USGBC-Illinois contacts ARE my primary professional network. By participating in a multi- focused professional organization, my own career has grown and expanded alongside my colleagues. As we all move between companies and professions, my professional connections, and introductions to different organizations that are plugging into sustainability, also continue to grow and evolve.” – Meghann Maves, Program Developer, Recycling Services Inc.