Inter-Society Color Council
Tue, Apr 14, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Abstract: Our eyes can play tricks on us when it comes to color and how the eyes adapt. Lighting designs are affected, positively and negatively, by this. Understanding basic vision science, and how the eye perceives colors of objects and the environment, are important elements in design considerations. Comprehending color metrics that are used with conventional and LED sources will allow for a more thoughtful technical and artistic approach to the design.
Shelli Sedlak is a lighting professional with almost 30 years of industry experience. She is currently the Senior Product Manager for Commercial Ceilings for GE Current, a Daintree company. Prior to her PM role, she was Manager of The Lighting Institute, a renowned Center of Excellence for Current and GE Lighting. One of the highlights in this role was co-designing the National Christmas Tree for both President Obama and President Trump. Shelli began her career at GE Lighting as a Specification Engineer and eventually managed the North American Specification Engineering Team. Her past industry experiences include Hubbell Lighting (retail national accounts), Southern California Edison (lighting engineer), and Lockheed (engineering consultant).
Passionate about the industry, Shelli has been involved with the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) for 25+ years, holding local, regional and national positions. She served a term as Director on the IES Board of Directors as well as the National Lighting Bureau, and is currently serving as the President for the NCQLP (National Council for the Qualifications of Lighting Professionals).
Shelli earned her M.B.A. (Executive Management) degree from Ohio University and B.S. Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Southern California (USC). She is Lighting Certified (LC), a USGBC LEED AP®, and an IEEE Senior Member. She has proudly served with the USAF Reserves.
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