Lianna is an engineer that serves our healthcare clients as part of our embedded energy management teams and contributes to energy audits, measurement & verification, commissioning, and other technical analysis projects. Her ability to analyze and understand utility and related energy data allows our healthcare clients to track progress towards goals, identify and resolve issues, and gain support for energy management activities from leadership. She has also played a key role in an electrification-focused sustainability study for the Central Ohio Transit Authority, performing research and analysis, documenting recommendations, and advising on goal setting. Lianna graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree. She had several curricular and co-curricular experiences that propelled her to seek a career in sustainability with a focus on energy. Particularly, in her capstone design class, she and her team designed and modeled a zero energy, off the grid house complete with solar panels, wind turbines, straw bale walls, composting toilets, and an integrated geothermal and groundwater pump system. She comes to Go with multiple internship experiences, the most relevant of which was with Emerson working in A/C Engineering and Integrated Products where she had the chance to work on compressor performance, line time studies, insulation re-work, and various testing and design projects.
Lianna is also an Ultimate Frisbee enthusiast who served as the University of Dayton’s Woman’s Ultimate Frisbee club team Conditioning Chair and Risk Manager! Now in Columbus, Lianna teaches new players, encourages spirited play, and organizes team logistics for the Columbus Ultimate Disc Association as a team captain.