Our trainers include BPC staff members, affiliated staff from the Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason, and Thurston Counties and Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners, and contracted specialists.
Ross Quigley, Director of Opportunity Council’s Home Improvement Department, has worked in the building trades for over 15 years, and has been in weatherization for the past 10; including as a weatherization installer, energy auditor, trainer, and program manager. During his time at Opportunity Council, Ross designed and developed pilot programs for… (more…)
Allen has over a decade of experience in the field of home performance and has most recently played an important role in implementing Opportunity Council’s Weatherization Plus Health program. (more…)
Chris’s background in building and weatherization goes back to 1986. As a senior trainer, he provides expert instruction and insight for the BPC’s weatherization training program, custom workshops, and national and regional conferences. (more…)
Sam is an affiliate trainer with the Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason, and Thurston Counties (CAC LMT) in Lacey, WA. He currently serves as Weatherization Coordinator. (more…)
Jim has been actively working in residential energy efficiency retrofit since 2005. He has field experience as a Technician, Crew Lead, Project Coordinator, and Quality Assurance/Control Inspector with the Opportunity Council’s Weatherization and Community Energy Challenge programs. (more…)
Robyn has been with the OC since 2009. With a degree in Administrative Assistance, Robyn contributes strong organizational, research and computer skills to the BPC. Robyn is responsible for registration coordination, workshop logistics and information sharing among BPC training participants.
Mike is an affiliate trainer with the Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners (SNAP) in Spokane, WA. His background in building and weatherization trades began over 20 years ago, and he is now the senior trainer for lead, combustion safety and diagnostic training. (more…)