Meet the GreenRenter Team
Green Renter co-founder Lev Tsypin has twelve years of experience in the Internet field. In the 1990's he worked as a consultant with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) and Inforte Corporation in Chicago. Before venturing out on his own, he served as the Director of Programming at Pop Art, Inc. in Portland, OR. In addition to Green Renter, Lev now operates as a web developer and Internet consultant under the guise of Level Online Strategy.
PECI, a leading energy efficiency program implementer. Marti recently completed a PhD in American history at Harvard University, where she wrote a dissertation on energy use in the 19th century. She is compulsive about turning off lights.
A program design and communications professional with over ten years experience implementing resource efficiency programs, Pam spends her time immersed in Portland's sustainable development community. She specializes in the behavior change model Community-Based Social Marketing, and incorporates its principles into program design. She has worked directly with Portland's multifamily residential and commercial property communities on recycling, energy efficiency and sustainable economic development projects through the Portland Office of Sustainable Development.
At seven years old she was known to pick up trash on the way home from school and demand that she and her mom find a way to recycle or reuse the nuts, bolts and other found treasures. Although she's been happily married for over two years, Pam finally changed her last name from Pickens to Neild, which is why earlier articles quote her as Pam "Pickens".
Josh serves as Vice President of Business and Technology Development for BlueTech LLC (http://www.bluetechllc.com), a company focused on creating elearning technology for skilled professionals, distributors and manufacturers.
Josh is also a co-founder, and serves as a director, of Eleven Wireless
Prior to joining BlueTech, he served as Principal and Founder of Pop Art, a leading West Coast Internet services firm. Josh grew Pop Art to a 25-person firm, winning numerous awards, including being named the 5th fastest growing technology firm in Oregon (2001 & 2002) by Deloitte & Touche as well as the 3rd best place to work in the state (2003) by Oregon Business Magazine. Josh sold the company in 2002.
Josh helps GreenRenter in the areas of technology development and business modeling.
Lover of life choices that reduce environmental impacts. Owner of a triplex seeking to reduce the environmental footprint of the property and connect with like minded tenants.
With over nine years of experience providing strategic investment recommendations based on environmental sustainability risk and opportunity analysis for Portfolio 21, a global mutual fund, Indigo has extensive knowledge of the key sustainability issues across a wide variety of industries. Indigo is driven by the urgent need to change the way businesses operate to ensure human activities are within the ecological capacity of the earth, and believes GreenRenter™ provides incentives to change business practices while also supporting individuals in their efforts to change their behaviors.
She has an MBA in Sustainable Business from Bainbridge Graduate Institute and loves being a ‘Super Change Agent’ for sustainability (and yes, this occasionally involves wearing super-hero costumes).
I joined the GreenRenter team because I believe that much can be achieved by recognizing and rewarding good design and engineering. I lived in