About Us


Dan Broersma – Sustainability Manager
Email Dan | Phone: 616-355-1364

Dan Broersma is the first Sustainability Environmental Manager for the City of Holland. Dan leads the development and execution of community-focused environmental sustainability initiatives. In his work, he helps the city identify and develop sustainable opportunities and policies to help benefit and serve the residents of Holland, MI. 
With over 20 years of experience in sustainability, Dan spent more than 18 years at Herman Miller, helping the organization maintain industry leadership in sustainability through innovation. His passion for sustainability extends into his personal life. As a volunteer, he has led community projects and communication by helping local schools, organizations, and businesses become sustainable by setting up processes, sharing knowledge, and implementing best practices for better recycling and sustainable practices.
Dan lives in Holland, Michigan, with his wife and two children. He is passionate about faith, community, and sustainability.

12303f1a-bc72-4ebb-b177-d5edcb355cecAndy Kenyon – Director of Parks & Recreation
Email Andy | Phone:616-928-2457

Andy Kenyon is the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Holland and has been with the City for 22 years. Andy’s team oversees everything from recreational programming, special events, cemetery and park operations, the annual flowers and tulips, facilities, and the City’s urban forest. The urban forest is one aspect of the department’s duties related to sustainability. 

The forestry team is responsible for planting, trimming, treating, and removing trees throughout the City’s public spaces, including all Right of Ways. They often collaborate with outside agencies such as Hope College to work on projects like the TreeSap App and the City’s tree inventory. Andy enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.

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Email Isabel | Phone: 616-355-1372

Isabel Stein is the Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Holland. After her internship in the Sustainability Department, she was hired in September 2023 to the full-time Coordinator position. In this role, she will primarily focus on tracking energy use data for city buildings, providing information on the Home Energy 101 program, and supporting the Sustainability Manager. Isabel earned a degree in Environmental and Sustainability Studies from Grand Valley State University in May 2023. Her passion for sustainability started in high school when she witnessed the need for recycling at her school during the Flint Water Crisis and helped take measures to mitigate the lack of resources available. Isabel now lives in Grand Rapids with her three roommates. Outside of work, you can find Isabel on the pickleball courts or reading suspenseful, dystopian books. 

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Andrew Reynolds is the Community Energy Services Manager for Holland’s Board of Public Works (BPW). His team provides rebates and education to residential and business customers to encourage them to improve their energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. Beyond just electricity, Andrew also works with City staff and public stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of Holland’s Community Energy Plan (CEP). 
 Andrew has over 12 years of public utility experience with a background in engineering and urban planning, and he is excited about the role utilities have in helping communities realize their sustainability goals.  Andrew and his wife Melanie are graduates of Holland High School, and they live in the City of Holland with their three children.


Joe Sikma – Sustainability Manager Outdoor Discovery Network
Email Joe | Phone: 269-455-0378

Joe Sikma joined the Outdoor Discovery in 2020, a local non-profit working to advance outdoor education and conservation in West Michigan. He holds degrees in both environmental studies and business as well as Sustainability Excellence Associate credentials from GBCI. In his work with the City of Holland, Joe has supported the Holland Energy Fund programs, the Community Energy Plan (CEP) Strategic Development Team, the recycling task force, and various public education efforts. He is passionate about conservation, education, and the positive impacts of connecting people with nature. Away from the office, Joe enjoys spending time with his wife and family, working in his garage, and exploring local lakes and streams.