Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit
We just wrapped up our first annual Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit! The two-day meeting, which took place on the University of Washington’s picturesque Seattle campus, marked a pivotal moment for green cleaning in schools. Not only was the summit the culmination of a decade of hard work advocating for healthier cleaning in schools, but it also represented an opportunity for us to galvanize leaders from across the K-12 and university communities and the cleaning industry.
Thank you for joining us at the first Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit. You can read more about the Summit here, and find out more information about our Guide to Green Cleaning in Schools on our website. You can access information about the 2015 Summit here.
Where Leaders Come to Learn
The summit is the first and only conference dedicated to the green cleaning movement in schools. This year, more than 35 schools and universities, along with content experts and industry leaders came to learn, share and help drive green cleaning forward. The Leadership Summit is about engaging with the top university and K-12 facility managers across the country to help them advance their programs and to create new standards for excellence in green cleaning. At the summit leaders were able to engage in a relaxed, non-sales setting, hear about challenges and opportunities, and participate in the dialogue to is advancing green cleaning in schools.
Seeing is Believing
The summit is much more than just a meeting; it’s a hands-on learning experience. Participants received an in-depth tour of the award-winning green cleaning program at the University of Washington. They also got to meet and talk to green clean leaders from across the world to make those connections that will help move this movement forward.
See You Next Year!
We’re already hard at work planning a great summit for 2016, but details aren’t set in stone quite yet. Want to join us? Put your name on our waiting list and we’ll let you know when the details are announced.