Jeffrey Domanski is a multi-disciplined environmental professional with more than 20 years of energy and environmental program and project management experience. His areas of expertise include the use of behavioral, organizational, financial, communications, and technological strategies.
He is a Senior Manager of Energy and Sustainability programs at IBTS, a not-for-profit focused on serving municipal and other non-profit organizations, where he works on energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies, and professional education and training programs – including numerous projects focused on state energy codes.
He has worked in-house and as consultant to public, private, and academic organizations. He has served as a primary energy and sustainability subject matter expert for numerous large and globally recognized organizations, including the U.S. Department of Energy, Connecticut Energy and Finance Investment Authority/Green Bank, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, New York State Department of Transportation, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, Cushman & Wakefield, and The World Bank.
He is a LEED AP with specialty in both new building design and existing building operations and is an expert in human behavior-focused strategies, which he has used to increase technology use and program participation.
Jeff received his bachelor of science in Chemistry from SUNY ESF at Syracuse, and a master in public administration from Princeton University and is working to complete his doctorate at Princeton.
He proudly served in the U.S. Peace Corps. He very happily resides in the heart of the Hudson Valley in New York.