USL is a sustainability and technology consulting firm that provides technical and strategic environmentally focused solutions to design, construction, real estate, and building operations professionals to support a high level of performance, value, and quality in the built environment and within businesses and organizations. USL Technology Inc. is headquartered in New York City, and we work with businesses throughout the five boroughs.
Fatou Jabbie is President and Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for overseeing the company’s day-to-day operations. Ms. Jabbie has more than 14 years of experience in leading large, highly competitive organizations to success. She is an accomplished technology strategy consultant and engineer with over 12 years’ experience as a valued systems and network engineering contributor to diverse technology teams. Ms. Jabbie has rich first-hand I.T. experience and knows what it takes for technology to not only function well, but to significantly contribute to business objectives.
Most recently, Ms. Jabbie holds a Sustainability Strategist and Energy consultant in LEED new building design and construction position with Metropolitan Transit Authority, New York City Transit’s Capital Program Management /Environmental Engineering Services group. She works on LEED projects every day, administering and implementing sustainable green building approaches in collaboration with Architects, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. Mother Clara Hale bus depot is the most recently completed project Ms Jabbie has worked on. Project earned LEED Gold certification. Current on-going LEED project is the new Bus Radio Command Center new construction.
She also held the position of Environmental Defense Fund Data Center Efficiency Climate Corp fellow at host client Northrop Grumman Corporation, a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide.
Ms. Jabbie also conducted a five-month long capstone workshop course with fellow colleagues in Columbia University’s prestigious Ms. Sc. in Sustainability Management program. The Capstone project is a client-based workshop that integrated each element of program’s curriculum into an applied project and served as a consultant with client Innovation Africa.
Ms. Jabbie is LEED AP BD+C, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design in New Building Design and Constructions accredited, a Ms. Sc. in Sustainability Management graduate candidate at Columbia University (2015), and has a degree in Computer Science from Kentucky State University.
In his role as Energy and Compliance Engineer, Ray Ramos is responsible for ensuring commercial and institutional buildings’ compliance with the Local Laws of New York City. Mr. Ramos is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at São Francisco Valley Federal University (UNIVASF). He was part of the Brazilian Scientific Mobility (BSMP) honor program at Columbia University in 2014, where emphasis was given to the Ms. Sc. Sustainability Management. BSMP is a prestigious scholarship program funded by the government of Brazil and managed by the Institute for International Education (IIE), the same organization that runs the Fulbright program.
During his time at Columbia University, Ray was also one of 60 sustainability professionals selected to attend the Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy (SISE) intensive program through the University of Illinois at Chicago.
With experience in a variety of sustainable design disciplines, from product and fashion design to architectural design, Ms. Nadolishny brings a creative approach to problem solving at USL Technology Inc.
Trained as a sculptor, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Pratt, Alisa is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. In her role as Sustainability Program Manager, Alisa collaborates with team members and clients to develop strategic sustainability initiatives.
Past work has included the development of proposals to improve the resiliency of neighborhoods in New York’s Lower East Side, and the coordination of lectures concerning international sustainable building practices. She has also volunteered as a site coordinator with the New York Chapter of Architecture for Humanity for a variety of community-oriented design projects.
Christopher is a process thinker. He likes to approach problems from different angles so that an overall better solution is achieved when assessing a problem. He has a great capacity to understand problems, analyze data, identify root causes, and implement action plans. He is a true believer of continuous improvement across organizations. Chris likes to see the big picture when addressing projects so that better efficiencies are achieved. He is always looking to leverage his engineering background and sustainability so that synergies between both enable him to deliver better results.
Earlier in his career Christopher worked in a renowned American multinational corporation in Peru. There he started as a process engineer, and before coming to the US to pursue graduate studies, he was department manager for a manufacturing area. Christopher earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) and a M.S. in Sustainability Management from Columbia University. He is also getting a Certificate in Analytics of Sustainability in Columbia University.