Christopher Widmer grew up outside Philadelphia and received a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Temple University before interning and working for C. William Fox Associates in Chestnut Hill. During his employment there, he worked on a variety of projects including Woodmere Art Gallery and Temple University Medical Campus.
After relocating to Connecticut in 1994, Chris opened his own practice where he has designed a variety of projects including medical, educational, residential and commercial buildings. He is committed to practical design excellence and innovation in all his projects and several completed projects have received design and community awards. Over the past few years, he has actively pursued green and sustainable design and renewable energy, incorporating this design philosophy in all his projects. Several of his projects have incorporated LEED criteria and are working toward LEED certification.
Chris is a licensed emeritus architect in the State of Connecticut . He is also an accredited professional in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program through the United States Green Building Council. He has completed extensive training in renewable energy technologies including solar, geothermal and energy efficient design. He is an active participant in the Intern Development Program through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards creating necessary training and educational opportunities for architectural students.
Michael Baron is a well-rounded individual from Guilford, CT, with an impressive professional history. He has dedicated many years of his life to teaching high school, where he has had a positive impact on countless students. Michael's entrepreneurial spirit has also led him down various paths, including starting his own businesses. Today, he serves as the treasurer for Green Planet Company, a position that perfectly combines his business acumen and his passion for environmental sustainability. Throughout his career, Michael has shown himself to be a hardworking, innovative, and intelligent individual with a strong drive to succeed. His contributions to his community and his industry are undoubtedly significant, and he serves as an inspiration to those around him.
David R. Provencher's extensive experience in the environmental field makes him an excellent fit as the Board Secretary for Green Planet Company. With over two decades of experience, David has developed a deep understanding of the industry and possesses a wealth of knowledge regarding environmental sustainability. As a licensed architect and Registered Environmental Health Specialist, and owner/president of Shore Design, PLLC, a Guilford firm that specializes in waterfront land use planning and design, David brings with him a wealth of experience, which he can apply to his role as Board Secretary. His expertise and experience make him a valuable asset to Green Planet Company, as he can help guide the company towards more sustainable practices and ensure that the board operates efficiently and effectively. David's dedication to environmental sustainability and his commitment to excellence make him an ideal choice for the position of Board Secretary, and his contributions to the company are sure to be significant.
Betsy Sterzel is a highly regarded figure in the town of Guilford, CT, where her kindness and charitable spirit have touched many lives. Betsy has been actively involved in the community for years, volunteering her time and resources to support local organizations and initiatives. Her selflessness and generosity are evident in her countless acts of kindness, from helping families in need to donating to local charities.
Linda F. Brill's career has been focused on education, and her experience as a high school English teacher and adjunct professor make her a valuable asset to the Green Planet Company board. Her passion for teaching and community building is evident in her work at Cheshire Academy and Westchester Community College, where she prioritized creating close relationships with students and fostering a shared vision of learning. Linda's commitment to excellence is reflected in her receipt of the University of New Haven Excellence in Teaching, Part-Time Faculty Award in 2016. Her move to Guilford with her husband Dan in 2013 allowed her to continue teaching as an adjunct and become more involved in the local community. Linda's experience in education and community building makes her a great fit for the Green Planet Company board, where she can help guide the company towards sustainable practices while prioritizing the needs and values of the local community.