Elizabeth brings 14 years of expertise in the practice of architecture to the
position of LEED Specialist. With the team, she is responsible for
fostering engagement with the certification process, credentialing, education
and membership. Prior to joining the USGBC, she focused on sustainable
schools, mixed use projects, modern residential design, and adaptive reuse.
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 teaching in the DC schools, 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.