Our staff of passionate, talented problem solvers work with our clients every day to develop innovative solutions and smart business decisions that have real impact. We are here to serve you from concept to conclusion, to leave our world better than we found it.
Tiffany Wilmot has been president of Wilmot Inc, a small, woman-owned sustainability consulting firm for 20 years. Under her leadership, the company has managed a wide variety of large-scale public and private-sector projects. Wilmot is currently breaking new ground in Nashville by incorporating sustainability into the city’s water and wastewater projects as a part of the Energy Management Program and Overflow Abatement Program and LEED certified buildings.
Justin grew up cutting fire wood, recycling, and working an organic garden with his Depression-era grandparents. That mix of self-reliance, efficiency, and sensitivity helps Justin create sustainable approaches that cross many political and philosophical boundaries today.
After spending two years in the Peace Corps, David realized he could continue serving in whatever career he chose. Fortunately, he chose to continue his career as an engineer. He understands that the best solutions to a problem take into account not only financial and physical limitations, but also social concerns and community goals.
As an active member of the Nashville community, Michael volunteers with the National Urban League of Middle Tennessee and his fraternity to positively impact the next generation of leaders in the African American community and the fast-growing community of the Music City. Michael is passionate about social issues and civil rights and participates in a variety of organizations and programs that address current issues.
Tiffany’s career has led her to Wilmot, mostly because she can’t bring herself to give up on Nashville’s sustainable journey. She’s been an engineer, written policy, corralled students, and sold pipe. Now she living the sustainable dream in her Prius, Energy Star house, and leading project teams through certification, including LEED, ENVISION, SITES, WELL Building, and Green Globes.
After 33 years of experience at the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Karen continues to promote sustainable development in both the local and global community. As an active member of a number of community organizations, Karen has promoted sustainability as far away as Wuxi, China with the Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, and as locally as Nashville, as a leader in TWIG-Tennessee Women in Green.
Meaghan’s commitment to sustainable growth is derived from her curious and analytical spirit. Thanks to her background in ecology, Meaghan recognizes the incredible efficiency of the natural world – and attempts to leverage this intrinsic efficiency in analyses and projects for public and private sector clients. She enjoys the challenge of identifying opportunities for waste reduction, increased efficiency and improvements in the well-being of stakeholders for each client and each problem.