LANCE HONEA, CEM
“I started this company to make a difference by improving the one and only environment we share. TEEMWorks is making a difference. Since 2011, we have been helping clients simultaneously reduce their carbon footprint, upgrade old facilities, and increase profits. Through our growing network we will make an even bigger difference. Throughout my career, I have had the fortune to contribute to highly successful teams in both startup and large company environments. While I continue to learn new ways to add value, I also apply valuable experience in energy efficiency, solar, sales and project development, finance, channel management, communications, and construction management while serving client needs. I believe in creating trusting relationships that focus on long term client success,” says Honea who brings twenty-four years of diverse leadership and management experience to TEEMWorks. The company’s energy retrofit solution combines the needs of diverse sets of stakeholders (board, CFO, VP/Director of Facilities, Project Manager, Property Manager, Chief Engineer) and puts clients on the fast track for long term success.
Prior to TEEMWorks, Honea co-founded Access One, Inc., a highly successful sales and service driven telecommunications provider. Access One received numerous sales, service, and quality awards; a tremendous team accomplishment considering the company provided service to thousands of sites covering nearly a half billion transactions annually. The company was consistently profitable, and enjoyed consistently rapid growth for over a decade during his tenure.
Honea currently serves with BOMA Greater Los Angeles on the sustainability committee and communications and executive board of the Manhattan Beach Community Church. He adds, “I’m a proud an honors graduate of the Leeds School of Business, at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Go Buffs! When I’m not helping clients, I’m helping my wife raise our two elementary school children. My passion for the environment stems from hobbies such as surfing, skiing, beach volleyball, and hiking – each a constant reminder of humankind’s relationship with the environment.”