Arnold Sapenter ( he/him/his), specializes in organizational leadership and creative change management to achieve cultural diversity and environmental sustainability goals with a record of high achievement and demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice. Arnold has broad strategic planning, project management and training experience with skills developed in multidisciplinary work environments involving strategic thinking and creative problem solving. He is able to facilitate teams in public and private organizations; based on strong experience with state, local and federal government, non-profit Boston institutions and a broad network of community contacts.
Arnold holds an MBA from Boston University with certification in public and non-profit management. He is a certified LEED Green Associate and a certified Diversity Trainer and Facilitator.
There will be a Building Energy Boston 2024 Conference from March 19- 20, 2024 at the Westin Seaport Hotel in Boston, Ma. Please save the dates and plan to attend. For more information go to: www.nesea.org.
NESEA or the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association will hold its Annual Building Energy Conference in person in Boston. In 2022 Arnold was a Panel Speaker related to Race, Health and Environment on Tuesday, March 1st at 1:00 PM. For more information about the NESEA conferences and its programs go to www.nesea.org.
We encourage you to attend the Boston Area Sustainability Group Panel Discussion Events in the Spring of 2024. These events are related to various aspects of the Sustainability Movement. Arnold is now a member of the BASG Organizing Team. For more information go to the BASG website:
Please contact BASG through the Link above if you have questions about BASG. Thank you!
The American Rescue Plan is now being implemented and the U.S. Small Business Administration has new COVID Relief funds and other support resources available to help minority and women owned businesses, as well as, sole proprietors with restoration and growth opportunities. For more information please go to: https://www.sba.gov
The Massachusetts Black Economic Council has published a new Black Economic Policy Agenda. For more information go to www.becma.org
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection is accepting applications for environmental analysts and program coordinators. The position descriptions and application instructions are available at: www.mass.gov/massdep