On Thursday, March 31st, Dan Parsley, President and Co-Founder of EES Consulting, will be speaking with the Texas A&M University Energy Club from 7:00 – 8:00PM.
Dan will be sharing insight into energy efficiency opportunities in underserved markets and discussing his work with the Energy Efficient Building (EEB) committee of Houston. Dan received a BS in Liberal Arts from Texas A&M University and enjoys working with students who share his passion for entrepreneurship and the environment.
About the Event:
Thursday, March 31, 2016
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Texas A&M University
Jack E. Brown Chemical Engineering Bldg. (CHEN106)
About Texas A&M Energy Club
The Texas A&M Energy Club is a student-run organization that brings together students, industry professionals, and academic researchers to experience the applications and issues facing the energy industries. The Energy Club engages its members through meetings – guest speakers and 101 series, field trips, competitions, and social events. The club is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline!
About Dan Parsley
Dan brings over 25 years of sales, management and consulting experience to EES Consulting. He is a native Houstonian and has an entrepreneurial spirit that just won’t quit. He received a BS in Psychology from Texas A&M University and MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Dan is passionate about energy efficiency and believes that EES Consulting holds the key to energy savings in small to mid-sized companies. Dan serves on the Energy Efficient Building (EEB) committee of Houston and is a member of The Energy Procurement Association (TEPA).
He has sharpened his entrepreneurial spirit through the many businesses that he has successfully lead, most recently, SalvageSale, an internet-based auction marketplace for commercial salvage and commercial assets. While there, Dan was nominated for the Ernst & Young Entrepreuneur of the Year Award and was in the inaugural class of the AGGIE 100 which recognizes Aggie-owned or Aggie-led leaders from around the world. In addition, his company was recognized as one the FastTech50 companies for five consecutive years.
He is also very active in the community and is a member of Executives Association of Houston, past President of the Children’s Museum of Houston, Chairman of the Parsley Charity Golf Classic, a member of the San Jose Clinic, and co-founder of the Technology Executive Club of Houston (TECH). He is also an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 55 of the Boy Scouts of America.