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Scott Donelson - President/Managing Director
Scott is a veteran scientist and engineer. Since 2009 he has dedicated himself to improving the home environment and energy efficiency of residential customers. Scott earned a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Management.
He holds multiple certifications through the Building Performance Institute (BPI) and is a BPI field exam proctor. Helping people improve the quality of life in their homes through greater comfort, energy efficiency, and better indoor air quality is Scott's true passion. In his off time he enjoys traveling, bicycle riding, snow skiing and many other outdoor activities.
Vicki Wells - Office Manager
Vicki Wells has an Associate's Degree in Business Administration and over 15 years of experience in the construction field specializing in roofing, siding, windows and doors. She has been on all sides of the construction envelope with experience in Operations, Production and Customer Relations. With her heart in helping the client to achieve comfort and energy reduction, she made the jump to Home Energy Medics.
In Vicki's free time she is the Director of Virginia Commonwealth University's Dance Team, The Gold Rush Dancers. She also instructs dance freelance and offers choreography services to studios, HS and College teams up and down the east coast.
Brad Fleming - Energy Auditor
Brad Fleming moved to Arlington from Fort Myers, FL in 2016. He studied energy efficiency, engineering, and oceanography at Florida State University and holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Environmental Science. After spending many years in the environmental engineering industry through education and internships, Brad specializes in home performance, health and safety, moisture, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency. During his tenure with Home Energy Medics, Brad has performed over 200 audits. He also holds multiple certifications with the Building Performance Institute including Building Analyst and Envelope Professional. Brad is responsible for energy auditing, company process flow, website design, and employee development.
Originally from Florida, Brad grew up with a love for the outdoors and is either fishing or golfing when he's not in the office. He is also a volunteer for the Arlington County where he works as a Stream Monitor and helps with invasive species removal. During his youth, he was a big part of the Boy Scouts of America in his community where he achieved the most prestigious honor of Eagle Scout in 2009.
Michael San Antonio - Energy Auditor
Michael has 8 years of experience as a mechanical engineer with the Department of Defense. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Virginia in 2009 and a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2015. He is certified by the Building Performance Institute as both a Building Analyst and Envelope Professional.
Michael's first energy audit was in 2009 as part of his senior thesis project at the University of Virginia. He performed an audit on the university's 14,000 seat basketball arena and concert venue. Michael has been passionate about energy efficiency and indoor air quality ever since and brings that same passion with him to each of his residential energy audits.
Caleb Boas - Energy Auditor
Caleb Boas has moved to Arlington, Virginia after being a lifelong resident of Western Massachusetts. He received his BA in Geography specializing in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2016. Being interested in the environment and energy conservation since his youth, Caleb decided to get his Building Performance Institute certifications and pursue a career in Energy Auditing. Caleb has certifications in Building Analyst, Envelope Professional, and Infiltration and Duct Leakage.
In his free time, Caleb likes to explore, go for hikes, and go to museums. With his recent move to Virginia, he is excited to learn more about the area.
Luke Wallis - Energy Auditor
Luke Wallis, moved to Northern Virginia in 2012 from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Prior to his work for Home Energy Medics, Luke worked as an insulation installer and air sealer for over two years. With that experience, Luke has a terrific knowledge of all the materials and techniques used because he has “been there, done that” in over 200 homes. He is passionate about helping others and extends that passion towards his work.
Luke loves spending time with his family. He also enjoys the outdoors participating in various activities like frisbee golf, skateboarding and running. He is currently in the process of finishing his college degree through night classes.
Dave Daly - Technical Advisor
Dave Daly, a native of Chicago, Illinois, is the training consultant for Home Energy Medics, BPI Goldstar Contractor, and the training director for Astracor LLC, an accredited Building Performance Institute Test Center in Alexandria, VA. Prior to that position he taught vocational construction programs for 25 years at T.C. Williams HS in Alexandria He was also a Skills USA advisor for 25 years and Chairman of the State Skills USA Building Maintenance competition for 10 years.
He holds IDL, BA, EP, trainer and field proctor accreditation from BPI in addition to holding the newly recognized DOE NREL Energy Auditor and Quality Control Inspector accreditations. Astracor also currently holds a Class C HIC/CIC contractor license (#2705144769), is an NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) certified training provider, and bilingually conducts employment certification testing for LIUNA (Laborers International Union of North America), home improvement workshops for Arlington Adult Education, and bilingual contractor certification courses for Virginia DPOR.
Home Energy Medics did a wonderful job on our house. We now have much better heating and cooling. The original audit was very revealing of heat leakage points throughout the house. I had no idea that recessed lighting "cans" could leak so much outside air into the house.
Jay F., Arlington, VA