Ms. Seabaugh serves as the hub of the communications across the McCormack Baron Salazar family of companies and works with funders, government partners, resident partners and the media. In addition to her communications role, as a LEED-AP BD+C, she serves as the internal sustainability consultant to several McCormack Baron Salazar projects, recommending and ensuring implementation of strategies and technologies to conserve energy, water and natural resources.
Ms. Seabaugh worked with MBS’s Sunwheel affiliate to retrofit more than 500 kW of solar photovoltaic panels on existing affordable housing communities in St. Louis, MO under HUD’s competitive ARRA 2009 Green Communities Program. She also led the LEED for Neighborhood Development efforts for both University Place in Memphis, Tennessee and Renaissance Place at Grand in St. Louis, Missouri, both of which are LEED-ND certified. Currently, she serves as the sustainability lead for Arlington Grove (St. Louis) and North Sarah (St. Louis) - both of which are designed to Enterprise Green Communities standards - as well as 5800 Seniors, a project in San Francisco hoping to obtain LEED-Gold Certification.
Ms. Seabaugh holds a bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Yale University and is a Master of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development from St. Louis University, where she focused on public policy for urban revitalization and transit-oriented development. She was a 2012 New Leaders Council Fellow and is a member of the St. Louis University UPRED Advisory Committee.