Kim Cullinane has worked in the green building industry as a champion for sustainable buildings since 2002. She supervises the tri-state Eversource commercial and residential new construction energy efficiency program team and co-chairs the statewide Mass Save New Construction Subcommittee that sets program policy and establishes energy efficiency strategy for commercial Mass Save new construction programming statewide. Along with her Mass Save Program Administrator colleagues, she led the development of one of the most progressive zero net energy utility commercial incentive programs in the nation. She started in the field managing the Massachusetts Green Schools Program, providing grants for solar installations to highly energy efficient new schools and leading the development of the MA version of CHPS (a LEED-like tool for k-12 schools). Kim has a BA in economics from Cornell University and a Master of Public Administration from The George Washington University.