Sierra Club Pajarito Group Hosts Regina Wheeler Talk

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Chief Executive Officer Regina Wheeler of Positive Energy Solar Electric Systems and Solar Advisor Karlis Viceps of Positive Energy will discuss economic, design and installation considerations for solar photovoltaic systems at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 4 in the Upstairs meeting rooms at Mesa Public Library.  

The Sierra Club Pajarito Group is hosting the talk.

Wheeler holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and has 20 years of experience in organizational leadership and optimizing operations.

A seasoned executive manager, Wheeler has proven abilities to lead organizations to identify and respond to risks and opportunities; build organizational capacity; deliver products and services that meet client requirements on budget and on time; cultivate customer awareness; and achieve financial goals.

Regina Wheeler

Wheeler is a valuable integrator of change. With a passion for synthesizing outcomes, she has a unique ability to bring people together to achieve unprecedented results.

During her career, Wheeler led private, government and non-profit organizations through game changing projects and initiatives such as conceiving and constructing the first LEED certified solid waste facility in New Mexico; optimizing and modernizing business processes to achieve operational efficiency and flexibility; and preparing to install 2 megawatts of solar photovoltaic panels on a closing landfill.

She inspires optimum organizational performance with innovation and problem solving; excellent written and verbal communication; in-depth experience in human resources and performance management; and modeling and mentoring a respectful and collaborative organizational culture.

Wheeler is well known in Los Alamos for establishing multiple environmental initiatives.

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