City Light’s Jim Baggs Part of Next City Business Casual, April 11

Seattle City Light Interim Power Supply and Environmental Affairs Officer Jim Baggs will be one of the special guests when the Seattle Office of Economic Development's City Business Casual networking program returns April 11 with a "What's Next for Green Business" theme.
Jim Baggs

Jim Baggs

Seattle City Light Interim Power Supply and Environmental Affairs Officer Jim Baggs will be one of the special guests when the Seattle Office of Economic Development’s City Business Casual networking program returns April 11 with a “What’s Next for Green Business” theme. 

City Busines Casual brings together special guests, business-savvy city staff, business owners, and advocates for introductions and idea sharing. The event is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Renaissance Hotel’s Lobby Court with happy hour pricing and a parking rate of $8.

Other special guests include:

Mike O’Brien, Councilmember, City of Seattle

Kristina Bindi, Marketing and Sales Supervisor, car2go

Kevin Burrell, Executive Director, ECOSS

Pamela Burton, CFO, Puget Sound Solar

Kevin Dingle, President and Founder, Sustaining Structures

Perry England, Vice President, MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions

Aaron Fairchild, CEO, Green Canopy Homes

Brian Geller, Executive Director, Seattle 2030 District

Denis Hayes, President & CEO, Bullitt Foundation

Ray Hoffman, Director, Seattle Public Utilities

Ross MacFarlane, Senior Advisor, Climate Solutions

Bill Mitchel, Senior Director, World Wide Public Sector team, Microsoft

J. Thomas Ranken, President and CEO, Washington Clean Technology Alliance

Martha Rose, CEO, Martha Rose Construction 

Mary Rose, Executive Director, Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability 

Jill Simmons, Director, City’s Office of Sustainability and Environment 

Alison Van Gorp, Senior Advisor, Seattle Mayor’s Office

Matt Wegworth, Director of Business Development, McKinstry