Sandra Mallory

Sandra Mallory

Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment.

    Sandra Mallory is the Buildings & Energy Program Manager in the Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment. She leads the buildings team to create programs and policies that will transition buildings in Seattle to a net-zero carbon future. She is currently managing the process to develop emissions performance standards for larger existing commercial and multifamily buildings. In addition, she is overseeing the development of the City’s electrification strategy to decarbonize municipally owned buildings by 2035. Previous initiatives include creation of the energy efficiency program for City-owned buildings and development of the Seattle Building Tune-Up mandate. She also designed and secured funding for the City’s Tune-Up Accelerator Program, a Department of Energy funded initiative to assist owners of small to medium sized buildings comply with the mandate. Before joining the City in 2007, Sandra practiced architecture, with a focus on greening affordable housing, and taught Sustainable Design in an interdisciplinary Sustainability program.

    All Sessions by Sandra Mallory

    Day 3 August 17, 2023
    8:00 am - 1:30 pm

    Planning Your Strategy for Smart & Efficient Upgrades

    Pacific Tower, Seattle, WA

    The third and final day of SBX 2023 will be held in-person in Seattle and will feature leaders from Washington State, the City of Seattle, and other industry influencers discussing Washington State’s building performance standards, newly developed City of Seattle building emission standards, innovative financing mechanisms, and tools and resources to help building owners and managers plan, finance, and act to accelerate the pace of change in meeting these state and city requirements. The event is free and includes a buffet-style networking lunch.

    Day Three August 24, 2022
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Building Performance Reporting – How Smart Technology Can Help

    In-person event in Seattle, WA (live streamed for remote viewing)

    Market and regulatory drivers are making energy performance reporting and ESG reporting real for building owners and publicly traded companies. This session will show how smart technologies can facilitate reporting and make it more quantitively robust. Additional programming will be available after this session in many areas. More details are forthcoming.