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Panasonic Eco Solutions Keeps Air Flowing on Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime TV

Source:  Cision

Pompano Beach, FL – CISION April 25, 2013) Panasonic Eco Solutions North America will be featured on Designing Spaces™, the popular home improvement show onpanasonic Lifetime TV as part of a “Think Green” series episode titled An Education on Ventilation for Today’s Homeowners airing nationwide on Friday, April 26th at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime.

In the upcoming “Think Green” segment, Angy Steiner from Panasonic Eco Solutions Division will meet up with a homeowner in Atlanta, Georgia to walk her and the Designing Spaces audience through the importance of indoor air quality and ways to create a healthier living space with ventilation fans.

designing spacesInadequate ventilation often leads to increased moisture and the build-up of pollutants – such as mold, pollen and pet dander — in the air. Proper ventilation design can address poor indoor air quality while retaining energy efficiency. Steiner will explain how Panasonic’s WhisperGreen® LED Ventilation Fan achieves both continuous and intermittent ventilation for optimum indoor air quality.

“Ventilation is a critical element for maintaining indoor air quality, and a good mechanical ventilation system can help protect homes and their occupants. Appearing on Designing Spaces on Lifetime is a great opportunity to show how our innovative and energy-efficient vent fans can help improve the overall safety and quality of life in your living space,” said Patricia Monks, Product Manager.

The Foundation Center Elects Susan Kish to Its Board of Trustees

Source:  The Foundation Center

New York, NYThe Foundation Center, the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide, elected Susan Kish to its board at a meeting of the trustees on April 19, 2013. Ms. Kish is head of cross-company initiatives at Bloomberg L.P. where she oversees the collaboration and integration of the company’s global businesses. This role encompasses a wide-ranging portfolio that includes Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg Law, and the Bloomberg media and financial products.

Previously, Ms. Kish was director of knowledge services at BNEF (New Energy Finance, a subsidiary of Bloomberg), an independent provider of research in renewable

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energy, smart energy technologies, and carbon markets. In 1999 she founded and became CEO of First Tuesday Zürich, an independent think tank that supported the development of thought leader networks and innovative knowledge sharing in areas such as sustainable energy, mobile/telecom, and financial services.

After First Tuesday Zürich was acquired in 2006 by the professional online network XING, she became XING’s head of network and community practice. Susan was also with UBS for more than 14 years, most recently as global functional head of structured finance and private banking in Zürich, and, prior to 1995, she held a variety of executive positions at UBS in New York.

At the center of the 56-year old Foundation Center’s work is the aggregation and organization of data, along with producing and disseminating knowledge, about philanthropic activity. Recent innovations in information management and knowledge services technologies promise to increase its capacity to harness and add value to the data it collects.

“Susan’s experience at Bloomberg is perfect fit as the Foundation Center evolves from data publisher to a knowledge services organization,” said Bradford K. Smith, president of the Foundation Center. “Her guidance will be instrumental as we explore how best to deliver intelligence directly into the hands of the organizations and individuals that can leverage it to change the world.”

The Foundation Center has proven that transparency and reliable data are critical to effective philanthropy,” said Susan Kish. “Looking forward, the Center needs to deliver that leadership in a world where technology and data will both disrupt and enable philanthropy in powerful new ways. I look forward to contributing to that critical work.”Ms. Kish is a director and co-founder of the Energy Venture Forum, the foundation which established and produces the European Energy Venture Fair in Zürich.

She is an independent director and advisor on several boards, including the SwissNex Science Consulate and the global Sandbox Network. She is an experienced public speaker and facilitator at corporate events and universities on topics including networks, innovation, and risk. Ms. Kish graduated from Harvard University and lives with her family in Boston.

The West Louisville Dream Team Hosts Networking and Trade Show Opportunity

Louisville, KYThe West Louisville Dream Team’s Annual West Louisville Trade show will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 from 12-6 pm at the KentuckyWest Louisville Trade Show Center for African American Heritage. The WLDT was created to raise community awareness and promote the wonderful attributes of West Louisville.  WLDT goals include attracting and retaining quality businesses and employers; retaining educated and skilled workers living and working in the community and supporting neighboring businesses.  To participate as a vendor or sponsor for this event contact the West Louisville Dream Team via email at  or call 502.365.2747.

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