Monica L. Nakielski
Monica is the principal and co-founder of Harmeda LLC. Before Harmeda Monica was a Management Consultant and the Lead for Sustainability at Palladium, formerly Balanced Scorecard Collaborative with Drs. Kaplan and Norton, developers of Balanced Scorecard management system.
Monica is an active trainer and facilitator on the topics of strategy, corporate social responsibility and sustainability scorecards. Monica partners with organizations to make the link between sustainability principles and strategy, planning & alignment, performance management and communications & reporting.
Monica earned her MBA from the Simmons School of Management and earned her BS in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. As former member of the United States Air Force she holds government security clearance and is fluent in Spanish, proficient in Portuguese and is learning French. Monica’s successes have been due to her ability to listen to clients and ensure all their needs are met for a meaningful and effective execution.
Kathy L. Wislocky
Kathy brings a balance of technical knowledge and business development vision to her clients and projects. After practicing architecture for over a decade in the Boston area, she began to focus her efforts in assisting organizations on greening their practices and portfolios.
Prior to partnering with Harmeda, Kathy worked at The Green Roundtable where she guided clients through the LEED certification process and educated colleagues and clients on synergistic green building technologies.
Kathy holds an MBA from Simmons School of Management and a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and an active participant in Boston’s architectural community. As a sustainability planner, Kathy is passionate about ensuring clients develop a clear green roadmap that matches their individual core values and strengths.
Phoebe S. Beierle
Phoebe brings diverse work experience in the areas of green building, energy efficiency, renewable energy and non-profit management to her role as a Consultant with Harmeda. In her previous position at The Green Roundtable / NEXUS, Phoebe was responsible for the management of educational, fundraising and policy programs and also provided consulting services for k-12 green school projects.
Phoebe received a BS from Oberlin College in Environmental Studies and Psychology. She is a LEED Accredited Professional. It is this combination of interests that continues to drive her work in environmental communication strategies and behavior change. Phoebe serves on the Board of the USGBC MA Chapter, is a member of Net Impact Boston Professional Chapter and is active in the non-profit community.