“The GRCA has a strong commitment to environmental sustainability and I am proud to serve to support that mission,” Mr. Ranieri stated.
Mr. Ranieri will volunteer time weekly attending board and committee meetings, networking functions, writing grants and managing the accounts and investments of the organization. He brings experience of serving for multiple boards of non-profit organizations and time will be spent in an effort to ensure the organization continues to grow and has a voice when it comes to issues that impacts the businesses and citizens of the state.
The GRCA helps people make sense of our growing “green” options by serving as a clearinghouse for people and businesses looking for information about energy efficiency; offering programs and events that bring together people who are interested in sustainable living, development and design and presenting ideas to community leaders and policymakers that help protect and conserve Alabama’s natural resources. Their web site can be found at http://www.greenalabama.org. Their largest event of the year is the Clover Crawl Green Home and Garden Expo, set for March 31, 2012 at Vulcan Park in Birmingham.
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