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Lilly Fogelman Named A Recipient of “40 Under Forty Awards!”

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unnamedNorth Bay Business Journal announced winners of its 10th annual “Forty Under 40 awards” and Clear Blue Commercial is proud to learn that Lilly Fogleman is a recipient! We are so grateful that Lilly has played a major role as a part of our team and this company. The surrounding community would not be what it is today if it weren’t for her contributions.

“The winners, selected by the Journal editorial staff from more than 125 nominations, were chosen on the basis of their leadership in companies and organizations as well as their participation within the community across the North Bay.” ~ North Bay Business Journal

Lilly Fogleman, Operations Manager/Leasing & Sales Agent at Clear Blue Commercial, has achieved so much more than most of us before the age of 40. Personally, as a mother of two beautiful young children, she considers herself to be extremely fortunate.

LILLY SAVES WATER!

Lawn Be Gone_Turf Conversion Flyer_2016Professionally, Lilly has made huge efforts to save water even before the current drought. Due to Lilly’s passion and coordination, over 2.3 million gallons of water has been saved annually since 2014 through turf conversion projects in Redwood Business Park, Petaluma, including Mulchstock 2015 – a community gathering full of fun, music and fun. She has even scheduled on the books yet another turf conversion she named “Lawn Be Gone” on May 6, 2016 from 9am – 1 pm (see flyer to left) where volunteers will be saving 400,000 gallons of water per year. This brings the total of all turf conversions she has coordinated to over 2.7 million gallons of water saved per year!

LILLY GETS EDUCATED!

imagesLilly was also a proud 2015 Fellow of the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy’s Leadership for a Sustainable Future Program, where she spent 10 months learning how to identify and prioritize ecological, economic, and social equity issues (learn more about this program here).

LILLY SPREADS HER WORD!
da-logo-178-tagIn addition to this, Lilly has also been a requested speaker at several events. She was a testimonial speaker in regards to Mulchstock 2015‘s water saving results for Daily Acts‘ “Ripple the World” 2015, was a panelist for the 2015 Building Resilient Communities Convergence in Hopland, CA on turf conversionsSEC-2013-logo-200 and also spoke on a panel at LEAF (Local Energy Action Forum) sponsored by the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program on Sustainable Property Management. Lilly also spoke at the 2016 Sustainable Enterprise Conference on April 7, 2016 speaking about sustainable property management practices.

LILLY DANCES!
1412.teaser.revAmong all of her other professional and personal accomplishments, Lilly is a professional dancer and Director/Choreographer. Since 2008, she has been the Director of RISK Dance Company which was the 2014 Runner Up and 2015 WINNER for Best Performing Dance CeresLogo4_webCompany in Sonoma County by North Bay Bohemian readers. Aside from putting on stellar performances, she uses dancing as an opportunity to help the community any chance she gets. In 2011, she produced a benefit concert to raise funds for The Sloan House (now Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County), a women’s shelter for housing women in transition. Lilly is currently producing a benefit concert in May 2016 to raise funds for the Ceres Community Project who utilize student gardeners and chefs to grow and prepare healthy foods for those suffering from a life threatening illness. Lilly has Ceres Dance Concert Benefitalso been the Co-Director of the Dance Repertory and The Vision Series since 2007. The Dance Repertory is known for its educational and performance opportunities for youth, high school, college, and emerging professional companies offering master classes and a one of a kind performance opportunity on the acclaimed Cowell Theater Stage at Fort Mason. Master teachers include Lines Ballet Training Program, Anna Halprin, Axis Dance Company, Margret Jenkins and many more. A season will typically bring in 300 or more participants to the stage in a non-competitive dance experience.

To learn more about Lilly Fogleman, visit her LinkedIn Page here!


Congratulations Lilly! We are very proud of you!
~ Clear Blue Commercial Stafflogo
Lilly’s wonderful accomplishments are all in addition to her every-day hard work, dedication, commitment to service and community, great attitude, and fun social personality!
Here at Clear Blue Commercial we consider it an honor and are very grateful for her choice to work here!

Video’s of Lilly on YouTube:

Novato Community Television’s “Lilly Fogleman” video about Clear Blue Commercial’s Turf Conversion 2015: see video

Novato Community Television’s “Opening Keynote Speech – Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy Presentation May 2015:” see video


40 Under Forty Award:

Read about the “40 Under Forty” Award and all the other wonderful recipients by clicking here!


Posted by: clearblueuser2 on March 16, 2016
Posted in: Community