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Alicia Ravetto has earned her WELL AP credential and will incorporate WELL standards into her architecture firm's practices.

USGBC North Carolina congratulates its 2017 Market Leadership Advisory Board member Alicia Ravetto, FAIA, LEED Fellow, on earning her WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential. This credential, granted through the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), places Ravetteo among a group of leading professionals dedicated to supporting human health and well-being in the built environment.

The WELL AP credential is the new, leading credential signifying advanced knowledge of health and well-being in the built environment and specialization in the WELL Building Standard (WELL). WELL APs have successfully passed the WELL AP exam, an assessment based on the expertise of leading practitioners in the field of design, health and wellness in the built environment. Developed using GBCI’s rigorous test development best practices, the WELL AP exam is designed to test a candidate’s knowledge and proficiency in building wellness and the principles, practices and applications of the WELL Building Standard. The WELL AP Exam was launched in October 2016, was complemented by a comprehensive educational program.

The firm of Alicia Ravetto Architect plans to incorporate the WELL Building Standard into its sustainability strategies and practices, including the first registered project in the Triangle Region of North Carolina and a new independent living facility for seniors in Pittsboro, North Carolina, that is in the planning phase.

Learn more about the WELL AP credential

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