NashvilleBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Tiffany Wilmot

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Tiffany Wilmot has been president of Wilmot, Inc, a small, woman-owned Sustainability Consulting firm for 20 years. Her expertise in innovative, high performance design, green infrastructure and resource conservation has helped clients save money, improve health and increase efficiency.

Under her leadership, the company has managed a wide variety of large-scale public and private-sector projects for clients like the FDA, General Motors, the US Army, Metro Nashville, and the Coors Co.

Wilmot is currently breaking new ground in Nashville by incorporating sustainability into the city’s water and wastewater projects as a part of the Energy Management Program and Overflow Abatement Program.

Wilmot’s team is currently breaking new ground with the City of Nashville, by analyzing the benefits of capital projects with regards to the environment, economy and diverse community of Nashville. Two projects that have been completed so far are the Lakewood Triple Bottom Line Impact Study done for MWS, and the 440 Greenway BCA that was generated to support a TIGER grant application done by Metro Parks.

Her team was integral in completing Nashville’s new $600M convention center, Music City Center, helping to attain LEED certification for the building. In 2015, Wilmot joined the Vanderbilt University faculty to teach about sustainability, financial analysis, and community participation.

Ms. Wilmot was 1 of 27 Nashville citizen-leaders selected to serve on Mayor Karl Dean’s Green Ribbon Committee. She led the Green Building & Energy Subcommittee with Nashville Electric Service CEO, DeCosta Jenkins. The committee identified 16 goals and 71 recommendations for Mayor Dean’s administration to pursue.

Most recently, she has been selected as 1 of 35 Nashville Nashville cotozen-leaders to serve on Mayor Meghan Barry’s Livable Nashville Committee, again serving on the Green Building & Energy Subcommittee.

Wilmot co-founded TWIG (TN Women in Green), a 501C3 with over 200 members in 2010.

Ms. Wilmot is 1 of 6 national experts selected to write the U.S. HUD Development Study entitled, Feasibility Study of Deconstruction as an Economic Development Strategy.

In 2012, Ms. Wilmot was named USGBC faculty and is licensed to teach approved LEED curriculum.

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