Mital Hall

Program Manager


Mital Hall, PMP, LEED AP O+M, has more than 15 years of experience in sustainable development, including work with universities; federal, state and local governments; and businesses. Her expertise lies in strategic planning and implementation of high-efficiency, low-impact, building design and operations. Synthesizing the discipline of professional project management with the multifaceted, stakeholder-intensive process of sustainability has led to success at some of the largest institutions in Florida. As Program Manager for ecoPreserve: Building Sustainability, Mital manages all new construction, existing building and sustainability projects for several clients, including the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

Mital's skillset includes incorporation of cost-effective and sustainable solutions into organizational structure through continued process improvement, policy development, reporting, planning and initiative development, third-party green building certifications, ISO compliance, and energy efficiency program administration. She is also responsible for helping create a company environment that embodies social responsibility through decisions that are both tactical and strategic in nature. Her leadership style is distinguished by a team-oriented approach that uses solutions-based strategies paired with a high level of positive morale.

Mital is a published author and gives back to her community in many ways. She currently serves on the USGBC Central Florida Board, leadership committee for the Indian American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida; on the sponsorship/events committee for the Association of Energy Service Professionals Southeast Chapter; on the Airports Council International – Sustainability Working Group; on the Project Management Institute; and as a judge for Orange County Public Schools Green School Recognition Program.

Mital moved back to Orlando three years ago after 15 years of diverse focuses and activities (i.e., attending college, farming in Europe, teaching on Indian reservations ... exploring our planet!). She is currently rediscovering the natural beauty of central Florida with her two children (ages 6 and 7) via frequent camping trips. She is active in the Indian community and strives to inspire humanity to view life for all that it can be. Mital received a B.A. in World Religions from Emory University and a Masters in Interdisciplinary Ecology at the University of Florida.