Daniel Lawse's Bio




Daniel Lawse

 

Daniel Lawse has developed and promoted sustainable plans and strategies which he has also helped implement for businesses, schools, governments, homeowners, and non-profits in Nebraska for over eight years.

Now the “Chief Century Thinker” and co-owner of the Verdis Group, Daniel also serves on the Metro Transit Authority Board of Directors, Creighton University’s Energy Technology Program Advisory Board, the Environment Omaha Implementation Team, Omaha by Design’s Livability Roundtable, and is a founding member of the Green Omaha Coalition. He works collaboratively to find synergistic economic, environmental and socially sustainable solutions that demonstrate his commitment to the local community. He was recently recognized with MAPA’s Regional Citizenship Award and as one of the Omaha Jaycees’ 2010 Ten Outstanding Young Omahans. He was selected as a national Aspen Environment Forum Scholar in 2012.

Lawse holds a Master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning with an emphasis on sustainability and energy planning from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a B.A. in Theology from Creighton University.









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Last Updated on Friday, 27 September 2013 00:50