Presenter: Georgeann Moss, Senior Director, Sustainability, Dallas College
Georgeann is the Senior Director of Sustainability for Dallas College. She is the founding director of the Sustainability area, which was created in November, 2017. However, she has led DCCCD's sustainability program as a volunteer since 2007, when she co-founded DCCCD's Sustainability Team.
Under Georgeann's sustainability leadership, Dallas College has transitioned to renewable energy, undertaken its first ever Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education ("AASHE") Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) report and is working to develop its first ever college-wide Resilience and Climate Action Plan. Her primary goal is for students to graduate from Dallas College with a “Sustainable Solutions” mindset.
About Our Presenter: Georgeann has an MBA in Management, and maintains a LEED Green Associate certification. She has been working side-by-side with North Texas environmental activists for more than 30 years both professionally and as a volunteer. She and her husband built the first “green” house in Sunnyvale, Texas, which is powered by renewable energy and they both drive hybrid electric vehicles. Her adult son is an environmental engineer. Sustainability is her job and her passion.