Shayna Bramley will be assuming a new position – Director of Development – with the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) starting in January 2019.
This new role will lead and manage all IES actions and promotions related to development, marketing, and communications. She is also responsible for implementing strategies to bridge education, standards, research, and membership.

Bramley is a graduate of Penn State University, earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Architectural Engineering with a Lighting/Electrical emphasis. She is also a graduate of the University of Florida, where she received her Master’s degree in Business Administration.

In addition, Bramley has accumulated numerous lighting industry credentials including Professional Engineer-Power (PE), Lighting Certified Designer (LC) from the National Council on Qualifications for Lighting Professionals (NCQLP), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP), Certified Energy Manager (CEM) & Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) from the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), NXT Level I Certification from Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), among others.

“I truly believe that my diverse background and various careers have provided me a foundation in this industry unlike any other.”

Bramley has been an IES member since college, where she served as PSU Chapter President. Over the years she has worked as an electrical engineer, manufacturer’s sales rep, owned a lighting & electrical design firm, and taught as an educator for several large lighting and lighting control manufacturers. More recently, she was the entrepreneur who created iQ Education, LLC which specialized in online education, digital marketing, and learning management systems for the Lighting & Electrical industry.

“Joining IES as an employee is an amazing opportunity that comes along only once in a lifetime. I truly believe that my diverse background and various careers have provided me a foundation in this industry unlike any other. To be able to combine all of those skills and mold them in a new position with IES is an honor,” says Bramley. “I have watched IES change dramatically over the past three years under the leadership of Tim Licitra. He has gathered a team of ‘All Stars’ who have transformed this organization into something we can continue to be proud of for another 100 years to come. I am honored for the opportunity to join his team.”