Ms. Pouncy is a Certified Energy Manager and a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional with comprehensive experience in the development and implementation of energy optimization programs for commercial, industrial and municipal clients. Educated in mechanical engineering with a B.S. from Purdue University, she has more than 20 years of experience in the energy management and HVAC equipment industries and a track record of consistently reducing costs and increasing energy efficiency and productivity using continuous process improvement strategies.
She began her career with a major HVAC equipment manufacturer. Since then she has commissioned new construction projects, developed and managed utility rebate programs, and managed building energy audit teams. More recently she has been providing energy management services and educational seminars to commercial and industrial building owners and managers as well as institutional and municipal clients.
Having been trained in problem-solving, process improvement and statistical process control in both manufacturing and commercial business, she will utilize these skills with NCG clients seeking to improve energy efficiency and productivity in the most cost-effective manner.
Ms. Pouncy has worked with manufacturer’s representatives, utilities, government and consultants. She also served as a Subject Matter Expert for the National Institute of Building Sciences and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Workforce Credentialing Council in developing the Better Buildings Workforce Guideline to help improve the quality and consistency of training and certification programs for building energy auditors.
She is an active member of ASHRAE, both locally and nationally, and is a Past President of the Detroit ASHRAE Chapter. Nationally, she serves as the Program Subcommittee Chair of TC 7.3—the Technical Committee on Operations, Maintenance, and Cost Management. Locally, she serves as the Chair of the Detroit Chapter’s Government Activities Committee as well the ad hoc Joint Michigan ASHRAE Chapters’ COVID-19 Task Force.