Elizabeth joined the USGBC in 2011, bringing 14 years of expertise in the practice of architecture, with a focus on sustainable schools, civic works, historic preservation and modern homes. Elizabeth holds a Bachelor in Architecture degree from Virginia Tech, and a Master in Architecture degree from the University of Virginia, specializing in sustainable educational landscapes. Her favorite volunteer positions have been volunteering with the Montgomery County and Washington, DC public schools, facilitating community design charettes, and serving on the board of Home Resource, a nonprofit center for sustainable construction and materials reclamation. With her
husband, she constructed a small home that has been featured on eco-tours. She is passionate about collaborative processes that create places of durable
beauty where communities can thrive.
LEED AP BD+C, Associate AIA, Green Classroom Professional