As an urban planner and LEED-AP (BD+C), Ms. Seabaugh has extensive professional expertise in green building, green neighborhood design, and sustainability certifications. She serves as a development project team sustainability consultant, coordinating a team of internal and external consultants to efficiently evaluate and implement strategies to conserve energy, water and natural resources. In addition, she manages Green certification goals from project inception, ensuring that the goals outlined in project green plans are effectively executed in the design and construction process.
Ms. Seabaugh has served as a sustainability consultant for more than a dozen housing developments and served as the project manager in an effort to retrofit more than 500 kW of solar photovoltaic panels on existing housing sites in St. Louis, MO under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s competitive ARRA 2009 Green Communities Program. She has coordinated over a dozen Enterprise Green Communities certifications and three successful LEED for Neighborhood Development certifications. Ms. Seabaugh is also a recognized expert in the financing, design and impact modeling of Transit Oriented Developments (“TOD”) and has authored two studies regarding TOD strategy and design.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Yale University and a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development from St. Louis University.