BETHESDA, Md. (PRWEB) January 12, 2021
Green Generation (GreenGen), a global provider of energy efficiency solutions, today formally welcomes two new professionals to its executive leadership team. The addition of Vice President of Finance Mandy Lam, CPA and Chief of Staff Charlotte Taylor further streamlines operations, complements our existing team and ultimately strengthens GreenGen’s position at the forefront of investing to drive financial and environmental impact.
“As we look ahead to 2021 and beyond, we are excited about the addition of both Mandy and Charlotte to GreenGen,” said Brad Dockser, chief executive officer of GreenGen. “Their exceptional talent and experience broadens our strategic vision and strengthens our position at the intersection of climate and capital markets as we continue to grow and support the world’s leading investors.”
With more than a decade of experience in technical accounting, tax and business advisory, Lam is responsible for the development and oversight of GreenGen’s financial management strategy. Lam’s core functions include implementing the company’s accounting compliance and reporting processes, preparing financial models and budget analyses, coordinating with executives and project managers for operations and budget process support, and ensuring that corporate financials advance organizational objectives.
“2020 was a banner year for ESG-principled investing, and 2021 looks even more promising,” said Lam. “I’m looking forward to employing the financial acumen needed to accelerate GreenGen’s growth and maximize the opportunities ahead.”
A Harvard Business School graduate, Taylor has extensive leadership experience in sustainable investing, particularly in emerging markets. At GreenGen, Taylor is charged with strategizing and coordinating high-priority projects and growth initiatives, cultivating and nurturing key strategic relationships, and supporting organizational planning and program development.
“I’m thrilled to join this strong, talented team and help drive their inspiring vision,” said Taylor. “I look forward to helping advance our position at the nexus of buildings, technology, and infrastructure.”
About Green Generation
Green Generation (GreenGen) transforms the world's built environment in buildings, technology, and infrastructure by integrating energy, real estate, technology, and capital markets to Operate in the Green. From offices in Washington DC, London, Tokyo, and Shanghai, GreenGen helps its clients use energy and the environment as a driver of value and sustainability across all asset types around the world. For more information, please visit greengen.com.