Texas
Energy Managers
Association
A Brief History
It Began as a Dream
of Jim Brown – ESA Energy Systems Associates, Inc.
and Glenda Baldwin – SECO Schools Program
Interest Survey Results
A survey was sent out in May 2008
by Dub Taylor, Director of SECO
1020 ISD Superintendents and
225 Energy Managers Surveyed
124
Responded
10%
Response Rate
Survey Results
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Q 1: Does your school
have a district EM?
55
Yes 58
45
No 66
50
53%
47%
Yes
No
40
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Q 2: Would your
school district be
interested in a
statewide Energy
Managers Association?
Yes 111 No 12
100
90%
50
10%
0
Yes
No
Survey Results
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Q 9: Would you like to
see the State of Texas
provide Certification
for Energy Managers
with training directed
specifically toward
Texas school needs?
Yes 85
No 31
80
73%
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
27%
Yes
No
June 2008 Jim Brown of ESA hired Yvonne
Huneycutt to organize and administer a new
association for Energy Managers.
Colby May of ESA
developed TEMA’s first
website.
TEMA was supported by
ESA with personnel and
office space 2008-2010.
SECO Contracting Firms 2008 – 2010: The consulting muscle behind TEMA
Jim Brown, ESA Energy Systems Associates, Inc.
Gary Bristow, EMA Estes McClure & Associates, Inc.
Saleem Kahn, TEESI Texas Energy Engineering Services, Inc.
Steering Committee Members
2008 - 2010
Rebecca Cordeiro dePeredo – Spring Branch ISD
Bruce Dschuden – Northside ISD
Larry Harvey – Garland ISD
Victor Melton – Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
Glen Rhoden – Cypress-Fairbanks ISD
Cesar Trevino – United ISD
Supporting Cast
Dub Taylor – SECO
Perry Been – SECO
Glenda Baldwin – SECO
Jim Brown – ESA
Debra Brown – ESA
Yvonne Huneycutt –
ESA
Colby May – ESA
Rik Morris – ESA
Frank Thomas – ESA
Patricia Jacobson ESA
Gary Bristow –
Estes-McClure
Saleem Kahn - TEESI
Association Umbrella:
a future vision
TEMA
State
Agencies
Local
Gov’t
Schools
Regions
State-wide
Hospitals
Higher
Education
TEMA Development
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Steering Committee met 2008 – 2010 with active
support of SECO and 3 Energy Management
Consulting firms.
Became a TX non-profit corporation Nov. 2008.
Begin membership drive March 2009.
Held a contest in TX public schools to create a
logo for TEMA. Winning logo was designed by
Sarah Pak of Coppell Middle School. TEMA
awarded the school with a $500 check.
Sarah Pak, 9th Grade at Coppell Middle School – TEMA’s 1st logo designer
TEMA Development
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Two regional chapters formed in 2009:
DFW Chapter and Gulf Coast Chapter (Houston)
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Charter membership (all who joined in 2009):
97 Memberships; 164 Individuals; 51 ISDs;
2 Universities; 1 Hospital.
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First Board election held December 2009.
2010: Development and implementation of Accredited
Texas Energy Manager (ATEM) credential.
Rebecca Cordeiro dePeredo, TEMA’s first president,
resigns Sept. 2010 to pursue an MBA at Oxford.
TEMA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JULY 2010
TEMA Honorary Members
TEMA President, Glen Rhoden
awards outgoing president, Rebecca
Cordeiro de Peredo with lifetime
membership in appreciation for her
tremendous efforts in starting TEMA.
TEMA Board honors Glenda Baldwin
honorary membership and Perry Been a
certificate of appreciation upon their
retirement from SECO as thanks for their
dedicated support in starting TEMA.
TEMA DEVELOPMENT
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DFW Chapter hosts first ATEM course & exam
and first TEMA Product Expo in October 2010.
TEMA DEVELOPMENT
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The Central Texas Chapter, chartered Nov.
2010, is first regional chapter to recruit Energy
Managers in the public sector outside of ISDs.
TEMA and ESA determine it is time for TEMA
to stand on its own. Yvonne Huneycutt resigns
from ESA and is hired by TEMA as
Administrator beginning January 2011.
TEMA is granted 501(c)(6) status by the IRS
January 2011.
TEMA DEVELOPMENT
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The Gulf Coast Chapter
hosts the second ATEM
training course and
credentialing exam and
TEMA’s second Product
Expo April 2011.
In First Year: Two ATEM
Classes and 47 Granted the
ATEM Credential
TEMA GROWTH
Membership Growth
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
2009
2010
Memberships
2011 June
Members
New TEMA Logo – Dec. 2012
THE BEST DAYS
ARE AHEAD!
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