2019 Summit Speakers

Robert currently works in the Legionella program at the Southern Nevada Health District.  Prior to this role, Robert participated in mosquito-borne disease surveillance and Norovirus outbreak response.  In addition to his work in public health, Robert works in surgery as a certified Anesthesia Technician, with a preference for trauma patient care. He received his B.S. in Biology from San Diego State University.

Robert Cole

Senior Environmental Health Specialist, Southern Nevada Health District

Mark manages the Rochester-based hospital campus of 4,800,000 sq. ft. and a 120-person maintenance staff. He has been a facility manager at Mayo Clinic for 11 years, with previous assignments supporting facilities planning, design and construction, along with the support of safety and security. Prior to joining Mayo Clinic, Mark’s experience included engineering consulting in the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries.

Mark Keller, P.E., CHFM

Section Head of Facilities Operations, Mayo Clinic

Al manages an outpatient campus of 8,500,000 sq. ft. and a 110-person maintenance staff. He has been a Facility Manager at Mayo for 26 years. Previous Mayo assignments include 4 years as the Section Head of Facilities Operations for the St. Mary’s Hospital campus and 19 years at the Charter House, a Mayo long-term care facility in Rochester. Al is the chair of the Water Management Team that is guiding the development and implementation of the Mayo Potable Water Quality Program.

Al Kubly

Section Head of Facilities Operation, Mayo Clinic

As Principal of Gordon & Rosenblatt, a New York City-based consulting firm specializing in water and public health, Aaron advises healthcare institutions, universities, real-estate firms, hotels and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on response to outbreaks of waterborne illness from human-made water systems, on the prevention of disease and injury associated with building water systems and on compliance with relevant regulations. He is a voting member of ASHRAE Committee 188, Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems, and AWWA Committee on Disinfection of Facilities. Rosenblatt has a B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University.

Aaron Rosenblatt

Principal, Gordon & Rosenblatt

Mark supports 188 Lutheran Senior Service (LSS) communities with special facility projects. He has worked at LSS since 1994 in various roles, including facility management, Information Technology oversight and managing construction projects. He has overseen over $400 million in construction projects for LSS and has developed in-house standards for construction and facility support for use in LSS communities. Prior to joining the LSS organization, Mark worked in facility management as Director of Operations at Grace Church – St. Louis and was a design and facilities engineer at Monsanto Company. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri and a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Mark Schoedel

Vice President of Construction and Capital Projects, Lutheran Senior Services

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