Lindsey Marburger manages the Earth Systems Program, overseeing FAS's work in building technologies, energy efficiency and energy technology training and safety, and systems resource analysis.
Prior to joining FAS in June 2009, she worked as an energy security and economics researcher at a US-based non-governmental organization, as a grant manager at the Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum, and as a technical editor at Environmental Quality International. She received her Bachelor's degree from American University, where she studied environmental politics, environmental science, and applied anthropology. She has also studied at the American University in Cairo and earned her Level III Arabic certification from the Yemen Institute for Arabic Language.
Joseph Hagerman is the former project manager of the Building Technologies group at the Federation of American Scientists, Washington, DC. As project manager, Hagerman conducted research in new building technologies while demonstrating these technologies in the public sector. Currently, FAS’s building interests address environmental and energy injustice in affordable housing through the development of energy efficient, advanced wall systems. Hagerman is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2001. In 2006, Hagerman completed a Masters of Science degree in Civil Engineering at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering, Columbia University. His academic work focused on engineering mechanics and construction technology. While at Columbia, Hagerman interned with Steven Winter Associates (SWA) in Norwalk, CT specializing in building systems consulting. In 2005, Hagerman won the Metropolis Next Generation Design prize for developing a manufacturing strategy to cost-effectively deliver bioremediating plant material inside open cell interlocking concrete pavers entitled “biopavers.” He was also awarded the 2005 Rafael Viñoly Fellowship giving him the opportunity to conduct architectural based research with Rafael Viñoly Architects (RVA), an internationally renowned design firm. During his fellowship, Hagerman researched new environmentally high performance building materials and demonstrated new green roofing technologies. Joseph Hagerman is currently serving as the interum head of the Building Technologies Program at the Department of Energy.
John Millhone joins FAS as an Advisor to the Housing Technology Project. Mr. Millhone held an array of positions at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) until he retired as the Director of the Office of Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs (OWIP) on December 31, 2003. As the Office Director, Mr. Millhone managed a $330 million annual budget to deploy energy saving and renewable energy technologies to advance U.S. strategic policy, economic, environmental and social objectives. Mr. Millhone also directed DOE’s participation in a multi-agency project to build international Climate Change program capacity and to demonstrate the environmental, political and economic benefits of bilateral greenhouse gas emission-reduction projects. Mr. Millhone served as the Chairman of the Energy Efficiency Committee of the U.S. Energy Association and the Chairman of the End-Use Working Party of the International Energy Agency. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Mr. Millhone with the Distinguished Career Service Award in 2004.