The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) welcomes its newest board members Lauren Evans, President of Pinyon Environmental Inc., and Sergio Pecori, Chairman and CEO of Hanson Professional Services Inc. They will fill the seats vacated by past-Chair of the Board John Williams (Autocase), and Gregs Thomopulos (Stanley Consultants), who completed their terms at the end of 2021 after serving for seven years with distinction. ISI thanks John and Gregs for their tireless leadership and commitment to ISI.
Lauren Evans has more than four decades of experience in the environmental industry with a focus on environmental regulations, remediation, and sustainability. She is a long-standing champion of raising public awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the engineering profession.
Sergio Pecori has led Hanson’s efforts to provide sustainable and resilient design services and served as chairman of the American Council of Engineering Companies from 2017-2018. He is also a recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s OPAL Lifetime Achievement award.
Michael Mucha is the newly elected Chair of the Board. Michael is the Chief Engineer and Director for the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District. He has dedicated his nearly three-decade career in local government to building public trust through sustainability.
“I am delighted to welcome Lauren and Sergio to the ISI Board of Directors,” says Anthony Kane, ISI’s president and CEO, and ex-officio member of the Board. “We are fortunate to be able to attract such top talent to lead our organization, especially during these exciting times when the whole world is looking for solutions like ISI’s signature Envision framework to achieve sustainability, equity, and resiliency in the built environment.”
Erin Cooke (San Francisco International Airport), Martin Janowitz (ret. Stantec), Gary Lee Moore (City of Los Angeles), and Renee Ring (Environmental Financial Consulting Group) will continue to serve on the Board alongside its newest members and newly elected Chair.