Education In Action: Using Education To Influence Energy Efficiency Behavior

Education In Action: Using Education To Influence Energy Efficiency Behavior

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Jim Heier, Vice President of Business Development

May 22, 2015

We see it and utter it so often, “Our youth are like sponges, soaking up knowledge and absorbing everything around them.” Student government. Martial arts. Drama club. Soccer. Music lessons. No matter if it’s interscholastic or intramural activities, they are learning, doing…and sharing their experiences (1).

 

Jim Heier

Jim Heier

Vice President of Business Development

Through his blended background and multiple leadership positions, Jim Heier combines his experience in sales, marketing, strategic planning, staff development and customer service to oversee Resource Action Program’s business development efforts. Heier’s team of program consultants design and implement energy- and water-efficiency programs for clients throughout the country. Since Heier joined the company in 2010, RAP continues to gain exposure. Because of Heier’s leadership, RAP is widely recognized as the industry leader for energy and water efficiency and conservation Measure-Based Education® programs.

Heier received his Bachelor of Science from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota in Management and Marketing. His experience in sales and marketing spans nearly 30 years.

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May 22, 2015

We see it and utter it so often, “Our youth are like sponges, soaking up knowledge and absorbing everything around them.” Student government. Martial arts. Drama club. Soccer. Music lessons. No matter if it’s interscholastic or intramural activities, they are learning, doing…and sharing their experiences (1).

 

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