Annis joined Servidyne in 1989 as Executive Assistant to the founder, Milton Bevington. Over her career at Servidyne, promoting energy efficiency and improved performance of buildings has been at the heart of every assignment. Annis’ involvement at Servidyne has spanned departments; her roles have focused on working with leadership at all levels, as well as fellow employees, to provide support and assistance with their respective assignments. She is currently in the role of Engineering Assistant, working with the company Principals and Engineers to manage accounting responsibilities and to provide support for ENERGY STAR and LEED projects.
Pamela Moua, EIT, LEED AP O+M
Sustainability Manager / Associate Engineer
Pam joined Servidyne in 2008 and manages the firm’s approach to sustainability analyses and LEED certification projects. She has earned two Bachelor of Science degrees from Georgia Tech, in both Architecture and Mechanical Engineering, and is a certified Engineer in Training (EIT) and LEED Accredited Professional specializing in Operations and Maintenance (LEED AP O+M). Pam served as a member of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Advisory Committee and is currently on its Existing Buildings subcommittee. She is a member of both ASHRAE and the USGBC.
Meghan McNulty, PE, LEED AP O+M
Meghan joined Servidyne in 2013 after earning her Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a certificate in Sustainable Energy from Princeton University. She is a Registered Professional Engineer in Georgia and LEED Accredited Professional specializing in Operations and Maintenance (LEED AP O+M). Meghan serves on the High Performance Healthy Schools Committee for the U.S. Green Building Council – Georgia Chapter, and as Chair for the ASHRAE Atlanta Chapter’s Grassroots Government Advocacy Committee (GGAC). She is a member of both ASHRAE and the USGBC.
Jamie Kono, EIT
Jamie joined Servidyne in 2017 after graduating from Georgia Tech with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. Before obtaining her Master’s degree, Jamie worked as an engineer and web developer at the Florida Solar Energy Center’s Buildings Research division, where she supported research projects on energy efficiency in single-family homes. She is a member of ASHRAE. Jamie currently serves as a Co-Chair of Chapter Technology Transfer Committee for ASHRAE Atlanta Chapter.