Executive Vice President and General Manager, Federal Solutions
Ms. Bulgarino is an Executive Vice President for Ameresco, a leader in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Solutions. She is responsible for the overall management of Ameresco’s dedicated business unit serving federal government customers.
Ms. Bulgarino has over 20 years of experience in developing and executing innovative energy efficiency and distributed energy solutions through multiple diverse contract structures. Ms. Bulgarino has overseen the development and implementation of over $2 billion in federal energy projects, including deep energy retrofits, advanced microgrids, and customer-sited power purchase agreements (PPA).
As the general manager for Ameresco’s federal group, Ms. Bulgarino oversees 260 professionals specializing in business development, engineering, commissioning, construction, operations and maintenance, and performance assurance. Under her leadership, Ameresco Federal Solutions has developed and delivered projects featuring efficiency, generation, and resiliency solutions to the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, General Services Administration, the Veterans Administration, the Department of Justice, the Department of Interior, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Commerce, and other civilian agencies.
Ms. Bulgarino is a seasoned industry executive with strong leadership and strategic execution talents. A recognized leader within the industry, she has presented on technical and business panels at major conferences and has skillfully developed solutions for some of the most highly regarded federal agencies across North America. As a leading woman in technology, she demonstrates the unique balance of developing and managing complex technical projects, while promoting strategic, long-term corporate success.
Ms. Bulgarino is a licensed professional engineer and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Tennessee and an Executive Management and Leadership Certificate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.