Conor Sosebee began working at CCHRC in the fall of 2016 after moving to Alaska from Atlanta, GA.  Conor gained his appreciation for the built environment through his work on high performance buildings with a focus on affordable housing in the Southeast during his time at Southface Energy Institute. While living in North Carolina, he earned a bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University where he concentrated on environmental justice and climate science. Conor enjoys running and cycling in the summer and woodworking in the winter. He looks forward to continuing to bring his passion for energy efficient and resilient housing to the Interior and helping to create a more sustainable Alaska.