Eric Duchon, Global Head of Sustainability, LaSalle Investment Management
Eric Duchon serves as Global Head of Sustainability for LaSalle Investment Management. As Chair of the firm’s Global Sustainability Committee, he is responsible for partnering with the regional sustainability officers and advising senior leadership on sustainability initiatives across the firm’s operations. He oversees global and regional ESG reporting through various firm-wide, fund, and client reporting initiatives – including GRESB, Greenprint, and UNPRI. In North America, Eric collaborates with the asset management team to create and execute sustainability plans and initiatives for each asset with the goal of maximizing return on investment and long-term value.
Eric was previously Director of Sustainability Strategies at Cushman & Wakefield for 10 years. He holds a Master degree in Sustainable Real Estate Development from New York University - Schack Institute of Real Estate and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Emory University - Goizueta Business School.
Randy Moss, Consultant, Yardi
Randy Moss has worked in the energy and utilities industry since 1992, focusing on energy management and sustainability projects and systems. He is currently a consultant for Yardi Energy responsible for assisting clients and internal Yardi teams with solutions that can address specific business needs, most recently focusing on ENERGY STAR® and sustainability. Randy has a B.S. in business management and a Master of Business Administration.
Sara Neff, MBA, LEED AP
Vice President, Sustainability, Kilroy Realty Corporation
Sara Neff oversees all sustainability initiatives at Kilroy Realty Corporation such as the implementation of energy and water efficiency projects throughout the 13 million square foot portfolio, the recycling and green cleaning program, all LEED certifications, electric vehicle charging station installations, and the greening of building and construction standards. In her four years at Kilroy, she took the company from having no sustainability program to being named the #1 real estate company across all asset classes on sustainability in North America by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark. Prior to joining Kilroy, Sara worked at Google and in solar at Idealab, participated in irrigation and soil erosion work in India, and led green consulting projects in Brazil and Argentina. Sara was awarded BOMA’s Generation BOMA Professional of the Year in 2011, USGBC-LA’s Greenspeak Award in 2012, was named a Northern California Woman of Influence Rising Star by the San Francisco Business Times in 2013, and won the USGBC Orange County Individual Leader in Sustainability Award in 2014. She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS from Stanford University.