Friday, June 6, 2014
Michael Wolfe, who was promoted to Vice President of Customer Solutions last week, has another change to add to his title. As of June 3rd, Wolfe obtained his LEED Green Associate certification. This new designation will allow Michael and his team at AFS Janitorial to further prosper the company’s sustainability programs and practices that are becoming more and more prevalent in the commercial cleaning sector.
When asked the main driver behind obtaining his LEED GA, Wolfe simply stated: “As more of our customers seek the need to improve their building’s green cleaning practices, I became more interested in learning the core facts on how I can make it better for them. By earning this certification, I am able to show them I am knowledgeable in the area and gain their trust in helping them achieve a more sustainable environment to offer their building occupants.”
About the LEED Green Associate: LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, isa green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. The Green Associate certification is the first tier of LEED Professional Credentialing. This credential attests to basic knowledge and skill in understanding and supporting green design, construction, and operations. Under the new USGBC guidelines () you are required to pass the LEED GA exam before achieving the LEED AP + Specialty designation.
Michael holds over 14 years of experience in education, training, and customer service with over 8 years of experience in the janitorial market. He is an active member of BOMA, where he holds a position on the board of directors. Wolfe was also named Allied Member of the Year through the BOMA TOBY Awards which honor outstanding commercial real estate properties and its personnel.