Natalie has a keen interest in resource productivity as the way to accelerate and enhance sustainability for organizations
Natalie Spiegel has worked on projects with Kingport since 2009. She has a keen interest in resource productivity as the way to accelerate and enhance sustainability for organizations. In 2012, she conducted research for a statewide sustainability leadership training program for executives: she prepared sections of a five-day presentation using the results of the research.
Natalie joined the Sierra Club from 2013 to 2016 as a Research Analyst – Performed research and analysis on practices, principles, and applications of environmental issues. Her experience at the Sierra Club enabled Natalie to realize the ecological value of conservation and led her to the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies for the fall of 2016. It is her strong belief that the tremendous benefits of water/energy efficiency and resource efficiency are linked to preservation of our earth as the better you use all resources, the less the impact on nature.
She joined Kingport Corporation in 2009 to assist in utility technology assessments and quickly realized the importance of properly managing a resource such as energy to improve the overall financial health and wealth of an organization or a business.. Natalie’s interest in marketing resource productivity as essential for long-term sustainability led her to develop market specific outreach programs and action plans for organizations such as Bay-Area Environmentally Aware Consulting Network, UC Berkeley.