Caroline Curtis is a Strategic Planner managing projects for a consulting
serving government agencies. Caroline supports the executive team by
leading project integration management practices including the processes and
activities needed to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the
various processes to monitor and control project work.
Caroline earned a Master of Science degree from Indiana Wesleyan University
in Strategic Management. She served on her Community Association Board for
two years as Treasurer and Vice President, active Member of National Society
Daughter's of American Revolution, St. Jude's Children Hospital Fundraising
Volunteer, Museum Advocate and Volunteer, and Arts Wave supporter.
Caroline is a member of Project Management Institute and United States Green
Building Council dedicated to educating and providing sustainable solutions
with strategies that deliver the greatest value, effecting widespread change.
Recognized leader skilled at helping people, companies and communities to
implement and benefit from sustainability-focused solutions.
Always applying a diverse project experience and whole-system perspective to
enable teams to develop creative approaches to realize a greater success in
their work. This process draws upon the skills of educating, facilitating an
integrative process, and inspiring people to engage with their work and
surroundings in more meaningful ways. As a USGBC Associate Member and LEED
Green Associate candidate, the importance and dedication to addressing the
issues of sustainable products in the built environment is an integral part
to educating and providing resources while managing and delivering
projects to all clients ensuring most energy efficient and environmentally
responsible design solutions are considered and implemented where feasible.