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Member employees are individuals who are employed by a USGBC member organization. Learn more.
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Region members are individuals who are a member of their local USGBC region. Learn more.
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USGBC Faculty are individuals who are members of a global network of credible, qualified instructors, teachers and facilitators with deep expertise in and passion for sustainability that cuts across sectors, cultures and geographies. Learn more.
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USGBC staff are employees of USGBC.
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LEED Fellows are LEED APs who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in key mastery elements related to technical knowledge and skill are eligible for the honor. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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LEED professionals are individuals who maintain a LEED professional credential, which signifies leadership and active participation in the green building movement. Learn more.
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Regions are local USGBC communities where you can get involved as an individual. Learn more.
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Regions are local USGBC communities where you can get involved as an individual. Learn more.
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Members are organizations that are working to advance the movement for a more sustainable built environment. Members receive exclusive access to resources, education and programs. Learn more.
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Education partners are leaders and trusted voices and reputable providers of green building and sustainability education. Learn more.
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Homes providers oversee the certification process. Provider organizations work with a network of Green Raters (below) and provide quality assurance of their verification services. Learn more.
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Members of the LEED International Roundtable are green building councils that serve as an advisory group to USGBC in advancing the relevancy and application of the LEED rating systems internationally. Learn more.
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LEED Proven Providers are organizations that demonstrate and maintain high-quality project submissions and receive benefits, such as greater access to a LEED reviewer and recognition from USGBC. Learn more.
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LEED Proven Providers are organizations that demonstrate and maintain high-quality project submissions and receive benefits, such as greater access to a LEED reviewer and recognition from USGBC. Learn more.
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LEED Proven Providers are organizations that demonstrate and maintain high-quality project submissions and receive benefits, such as greater access to a LEED reviewer and recognition from USGBC. Learn more.