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Posted: Wednesday, August 1, 2018 11:14 am

While most folks would leap at an opportunity to get away from the Valley during these triple-digit summer days, Jeff Kasle is more interested in sticking around so he can continue strengthening his ties to his new community. His work as a project engineer focused on sustainability for Ameresco Inc., however, sees him traveling frequently, often to locations as remote as Fairbanks, Alaska.

Having lived most of his life in the Northeast — he grew up in a suburb of Boston and attended Lehigh University in Pennsylvania — Kasle decided to make the intercontinental leap after visiting his parents, who’d recently moved to Tucson. He liked the desert and being close to his family, so when he was nearing graduation and weighing several job offers, he opted to go with one in Phoenix, moving to the Valley in 2016.

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