Committee Detail

Education, Library and Office Lighting Committee

LIGHTING APPLICATIONS

Committee Purpose, Scope and Documents

 
Purpose

This Technical Committee researches and develops best practices for lighting office spaces, educational facilities, and Libraries.

Scope
Included subject matter: The scope includes lighting practices to enhance the visual environment of office, educational facilities, and various types of libraries with an emphasis on the quality of the lighting. Excluded subject matter: This committee does not cover the illumination of related public areas outside the project limitations, all possible facilities where educational programs could take place such as convention centers or hotel ballrooms.
Documents

Committee Leadership

Committee Co-Chair
Kristin M. Raduenz - Educational Facilities
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Kristin has been designing lighting for architectural environments for over 20 years. Prior to working in the architectural engineering field, Kristin was a professional touring production stage manager for several national theatrical tours providing overall management and maintenance of artistic integrity of all aspects of the production including cast, crew and musicians, scenery, lighting and costumes and directing all cues and timing during the performance. Using her theatrical experience to enhance the architectural environment by providing visual direction, drama and interest to enhance the users experience and mood, she strives to make spaces dynamic while remaining sensitive to the intended use of the space and energy conservation and sustainability. Kristin’s work has been focused in higher education, theatrical renovation, healthcare, government, and community projects including many student unions within The University of Wisconsin System. She received the 2020 IES Illumination Award of Merit for Bay View High School Auditorium, 2016 IES Illumination Award of Merit for the Wilf Auditorium at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, 2012 IES Illumination Award of Merit for UW Madison Union South Sun Garden, UW Madison Union South Exterior Lighting and the 2008 IES Illumination Award of Merit for MSOE Grohmann Museum. Kristin is currently on the Board of Managers for the IES Milwaukee Section and was selected by NCQLP to serve as an item writer for the examination committee. Kristin received her MFA from the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, BS in theatre from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and is Lighting Certified by the National Council of Qualification for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP).
Committee Co-Chair
Marty Salzberg - Library Lighting
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Marty worked as an architectural lighting consultant for more than thirty years. Her work was honored with multiple industry awards for design and energy efficiency. As a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society, Marty has been a member of the Library Lighting Committee since 2003 and is currently the committee Chair. Marty is a Professional Member of the IALD, where she contributes to the work of the Energy & Sustainability Committee by serving as the IALD representative to the ASHRAE/IES 90.1 energy standard development committee. She recently served on the IALD committee to edit the Guidelines for Specification Integrity, teaches about the NYC Energy Code at BEEx and is teaching lighting design at the New York School of Interior Design.
Committee Co-Chair
Matthew Hartley - Office Lighting
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Matt received a BS in Architectural Engineering, Illumination Engineering Option from the University of Colorado under David DiLaura. After graduating from CU, he became an Application Engineer for Lithonia Lighting. During his time at Lithonia, Matt was promoted to Application Project Manager and Manager of Exterior Applications. He left Lithonia then worked at Lighting Analysts (AGI32) as the Manager of Customer Care. Matt left Lighting Analysts and worked for Peerless Lighting as a Specification Project Manager in charge of Peerless’ modifications and customs. He is currently the Principal of the lighting consulting firm, Matt Hartley Lighting LLC. Matt has been involved in the IESNA since 1994 and became a full member in 2001. Matt has chaired several committees including Automotive Retail Sales, and several committees within the IES Street and Area Lighting Conference. These included the Street and Area Lighting committee, SALC Executive sub-committee, the 2009 Street and Area Lighting Conference Planning sub-committee, and Education sub-committee. After stepping down as the Education Sub-Committee Chair for the SALC in early 2010, he took on the role of Lead Instructor and Educational Coordinator for the SALC. In 2019 he was honored with the IES-SALC Lifetime Service Award. Matt was voted in as a co-chair of the ELO (Education, Library, and Office) lighting committee in the summer of 2020. Matt was also appointed to the Educational Materials Review Council for the IES in 2010 which is now the Education Material Review Committee as of 2019. Matt also serves on the Environmental Outdoor and Merchandise Lighting Committees. He became an official IES mentor in 2014. Matt enjoys teaching and has taught several industry related courses with original content. He has presented at the IES Annual Conference, Street and Area Lighting Conference, Lightfair, and the IESNA Outdoor Lighting. Matt received an IIDA award of Merit in the fall of 2004 for his design of the Atlanta Area Council Boy Scouts of America Volunteer Service Center. He also holds a patent for light fixture design.



Members (Voting)

 
  • Aaron M. Smith
  • Chad McSpadden
  • Andrea Wilkerson
  • Anjan Sarkar
  • Cody R. Bargholz
  • Dawn Kack
  • Gary J. Woodall
  • Ilva Dodaj
  • Jennifer Scheib
  • Jim Olson
  • Jimalee Beno
  • Paul E. Mahaney
  • Shanna L. Olson
  • Shaun D. Fillion
  • Stephen M. Fisher
  • Todd A. Peak
  • Turquoise L. Shaw
  • Willard L. Warren
  • William C. O'Connell
  • Jianchuan Tan
  • Catherine M. Barnes, LC, CLCP
  • Marissa Keisler

Advisory Members (Non-Voting)

 
  • Chris K. Wolgamott
  • James Holtrop
  • Julia Heutel
  • Katherine J. Stekr
  • Orlando D. Cruz
  • Rachel Fitzgerald
  • Ricardo G. Lopes
  • Scott D. Padios
  • Steve D. Munn
  • Wilson Dau
  • Zachary R. Suchara
  • Mark Niechwiadowicz
  • James Ford
  • Chris Fournier
  • Jeremy W. Yon

Advisory Panel Liaisons

 

Board Liaisons

 
 

Staff Liaisons

 
  • Patricia A. McGillicuddy
  • Geomara Flores
  • Zoe Milgram

EP Zoom Platinum Sponsor - $20,000

What’s in it for you?

  •    Sponsor 5 Students/Emerging Professionals and the EP Day presentation platform
  •    Visibility and awareness before breakout rooms and throughout the event
  •    Opportunity to present a live or prerecorded personal closing message (15 seconds-1 minute duration)
  •    Shout-outs throughout the event
  •    Recognition as an EP Program Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference homepage
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference Emerging Professional homepage

EP Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor students and emerging professionals to attend the virtual Annual Conference event or the in-person Street & Area Lighting Conference. Student and EP recipients selected by Emerging Professional Committee.

EP Breakout Room Sponsor - $8,000

What do you get?

  •    Sponsor breakout room for live engagement and networking during EP Day
  •    Opportunity to present a live or prerecorded personal welcome message (15 seconds-1 minute duration)
  •    Visibility and awareness at the start of the schedule
  •    Personalized zoom backgrounds for moderators
  •    Recognition as an EP Program Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference homepage
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference Emerging Professional homepage
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EP Game Sponsor - $5,000

What are the benefits?

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  •    Be a Game Co-Host
  •    Opportunity to provide personalized swag or selection of IES publications as prize options

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What’s in it for you?

  •    Visibility and awareness before breakout rooms and throughout the event – graphic image of logo
  •    Opportunity to submit a prerecorded personal opening/closing message (15 seconds-1 minute duration)
  •    Shout-outs throughout the event
  •    Recognition as a Leadership Forum Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the Leadership Forum homepage

6 X Breakout Room Sponsor - $1,000 – (1 for each of 6 Breakout Rooms)

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  •    Visibility and awareness at the start of the schedule – [verbal announcement/thank you]
  •    Personalized Zoom background for moderators – [moderators must use if provided by sponsor]
  •    Recognition as a Leadership Forum Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the Leadership Forum homepage

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What are the benefits?

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  •    Be a Game Co-Host (optional)
  •    Recognition as a Leadership Forum Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the Leadership Forum homepage

1x Gold Sponsor- $25,000

  •    Recognition as a Gold Sponsor in a fourth (1/4) page placement for 2 months in LD+A magazine
  •    Recognition as Gold sponsor on event app and all event communication, excluding Registration and Daily Digest communications
  •    Full registration for two (2) to the Annual Conference
  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app

2x Keynote Sponsor- $10,000

  •    2-3 minute Opening
  •    Introduce keynote speaker
  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app

5x Virtual Break Sponsor - $6,000

  •    Provided graphic visible during break duration
  •    Recognition as Virtual Break sponsor on event app and all event communications, excluding Registration and Daily Digest communications
  •    Full Registration for one (1) to the Annual Conference

1x Opening Session Sponsor- $5,000

  •    90-second video prior to session start
  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app

1x Closing Session Sponsor- $5,000

  •    90-second video prior to session start
  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app

1x Society Update Sponsor - $5,000

  •    Recognition as Society Update sponsor throughout web
  •    Recognition as Society Update sponsor on event app and all event communication, excluding Registration and Daily Digest communications
  •    Full registration for one (1) to attend the 2021 Annual Conference
  •    90-second video prior to session start

1x Registration Sponsor - $5,000

  •    Visibility as sole sponsor on the registration page and in all registration focused communications
  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app

1x Daily Digest Sponsor - $5,000

  •    Visibility as sole sponsor in all Daily Digest focused communications
  •    Recognition on event webpage and communications as Daily Digest Sponsor

10x Event App Exhibitor Page Sponsor - $1,000

  •    Company logo and hyperlink placed on exhibitor page within event app