Gwen Pettit

Gwen is recognized among her customers for her leadership in creating a budget-neutral approach to address building upgrades, reduce utility and operational spending, and create a healthier more sustainable environment.

Gwen is a former educator who remains impassioned to help students attain 21st century skills, regardless of economic status and conditions. She has built a strong track record working with K-12 and higher educational facilities to create virtual learning living labs through facility upgrades, using every square foot of a schools existing building as a real-world learning tool, maximizing a schools educational and operational investments. Gwen received her Bachelor of Education in Elementary Education from the University of Michigan, and Associates Degree, Liberal Arts from Schoolcraft College.

Gwen serves as a coach for Livingston United Girls High School Hockey and is the founder of the Maddie Doty Foundation that serves families in crisis.


Day 2
January 19, 2023
3:15 pm

Using Energy Savings to Improve District Facilities

Great Lakes I/II (Lower Level)
19 January
Time:  3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Location:  Great Lakes I/II (Lower Level)

This session will focus on capturing energy savings and using those savings to fund building and facility improvements. Our presentation will highlight ways districts can secure adequate funding for facility improvements. Dr. David Hornak will share Holt Public School's story of how they captured energy savings to fund projects along with their voted school bond.

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