Healthy Building Network (HBN) hired two key staff in the fourth quarter of 2017. Two additional positions are currently open. (See below.)
To strengthen work on two important tracks — our cutting-edge, data-driven product offerings and our communications, knowledge-sharing, and fundraising efforts — HBN recently hired Amy Denardo as Senior Product Director and David Kennedy-Logan as Chief Communications and Development Officer. They joined the staff in October and December respectively.
Amy Denardo has 18 years’ experience managing complex enterprise products and projects from planning to completion. Denardo is PMP-certified, adept in Agile, Waterfall, and Six Sigma methodologies, and has been recognized for implementing innovative procedures and tools that drive awareness, strengthen communication, and increase efficiency. Before joining HBN she served as implementation lead at Wells Fargo, Truenorthlogic, and many other organizations. She has degrees in political science from the University of Minnesota-Morris and Minnesota State University-Mankato.
David Kennedy-Logan is a social-impact and mission-driven communications strategist with over 20 years’ experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Prior to HBN, he served as communications officer at the McKnight Foundation, overseeing content, brand, and engagement strategy. Previously, he worked in communications, education, and outreach roles at several Twin Cities nonprofits, including Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association and the Walker Art Center. Kennedy-Logan has a BA in English and media studies from Carleton College.
Come work with us! Healthy Building Network is currently seeking qualified candidates for two additional staff openings, Collective Impact Director and Executive Assistant. Learn more at https://healthybuilding.net/content/job-opportunities