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New on USGBC.org: The Directory Lowdown

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The new usgbc.org gives everyone the opportunity to develop a rich history of involvement in the green building movement.

One way we want to support your involvement is through our improved directory, which now features organizations, people and projects. Genius, right?

We can’t imagine a better way for you to discover and connect to the organizations, people and projects that are shaping the future of sustainability.

Organizations
Our Organizations Directory features our membership community of companies, nonprofits, education institutions, state & local governments, professional societies and trade organizations that provide direction, leverage policy and advance the understanding of the most important issues affecting building today.

People
Our People Directory features our community of USGBC staff, volunteers and professionals who give voice to our commitment to the green building movement. Our people are contributing a wealth of knowledge to everyone who shares USGBC's vision of green buildings for everyone within this generation.

Projects
Our Projects Directory features our growing list of LEED-certified project profiles. See how each project achieved LEED certification and discover best practices to guide the success of your project.

The new profiles allow you to: connect with the people and organizations like you who are working toward a healthier, more sustainable and prosperous future; learn more about LEED projects and discover best practice strategies; and show your involvement and impact in the green building movement.

No matter who you are — a green building expert, a student, an engineer, a sustainability professional, a policy maker or an architect — a personal profile will allow you to establish your professional brand and open doors to opportunities and networks. Through your profile you can also participate in conversations by commenting on articles and contributing to LEED discussions.

Not sure what to include in your personal profile? How about:

  • Photo
  • Name
  • Title, Department
  • Accreditations, Affiliations (LEED AP, LEED Green Associate, AIA Member, etc.)
  • Background such as where you went to school, what you studied, previous jobs, hobbies

Don't shy away. Come join us. Be part of the community and stay connected.

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Nora Knox

Senior Digital Marketing Specialist U.S. Green Building Council

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Commissioning Authority, Cleveland Clinic
I need to verify if a person is a LEED Accredited professional with or without specialty. How do I go about doing this?

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