Senior Officers
Jeremy Nelson, President

Mr. Nelson served as Treasurer of FGBC in 2016. He has been active in the Florida Green Building Coalition since 2006, has served as a project evaluator, has been instrumental in drafting updates to FGBC standards, and has represented FGBC at various local government city and county meetings. Mr. Nelson is the owner of GreenGov, LLC., a consulting firm that has guided over 50 cities and counties on their sustainability goals. Prior to launching GreenGov, LLC. Mr. Nelson worked for the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) for over eight years, promoting sustainability education and conducting energy efficiency research. Mr. Nelson holds an MBA from the University of Central Florida.

Stephanie Thomas-Rees, Vice President

Stephanie Thomas-Rees is an adjunct professor at Daytona State College in the School of Building and Architectural Technology.  She teaches Sustainable Design, Construction Materials & Processes and Construction Planning & Estimating.  She is also the faculty advisor for Team Daytona, Daytona State College and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University’s combined partnership, in the US DOE Solar Decathlon 2017 competition 

Greg Hardwick, Treasurer

Greg Hardwick is president and owner of Hardwick G.C. in Maitland and has over 22 years of experience in the multi-million dollar construction business. He is a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) through the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and through the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is designated as a Certified Graduate Builder (CGB), part of the first Certified Green Professional (CGP) graduating class, and one of the first 10 to achieve the Master CGP. He served as president of the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Metro Orlando in 2013 and was instrumental in establishing the local HBA Green Building Committee, serving as the group’s founding Chairman. He is a National Director for the NAHB and a State Director for the Florida Home Builder Association (FHBA) and serves on the 20 Member National Custom Home Builder’s Council. Hardwick also volunteers on the Orange County Board of Construction Codes and Appeals (Past Chair) and has served on the Orange County Sustainability Council.

 Katrina Locke, Secretary

Katrina Locke is the Sustainability and Natural Resources Director in Volusia County’s Environmental Management Division. She manages Green Volusia, the county’s sustainability program, which includes the county’s Sustainability Action Plan, and also oversees the Lyonia Environmental Center (LEC), Sea Turtle Habitat Conservation, Manatee Protection Plan, and outdoor education programs. Katrina is actively involved in FGBC’s Education and Green Local Government committees. She is also a member of the Florida Sustainability Network and the Southeast Sustainability Directors Network. Previously, she managed the LEC from conceptual stages to operation. She worked on the green certified facility and interactive display designs, which include displays that illustrate green building practices. Katrina has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Science (honors) degree in Marine Biology from the University of Wales, Bangor.