Ken Wilson is the founding principal of Envision, a multidisciplinary design firm focused on environmental responsibility. Envision’s work includes a variety of project types in the areas of architecture, interiors, graphics, and product design. Ken’s clients include several of the nation’s leading environmental organizations, as well as numerous socially responsible associations, non-profits, and corporations. His recent projects include the IIDA headquarters in Chicago, offices for Al Gore in New York and Nashville, and the new U.S. Green Building Council headquarters in Washington, DC. Ken’s projects have been published internationally and have received over 90 national and local design awards. In 2005 he was the recipient of the prestigious Designer of the Year award, regarded as one of the national design industry’s highest honors. Ken was a key participant in the development of the LEED Rating System serving on the US Green Building Council’s LEED Commercial Interiors and LEED Core & Shell National Committees. He was the IIDA’s Sustainability Forum Advisor from 2003-2007 and founded the IIDA’s Sustainability Advisory Council. Ken is the current chair of the AIA’s National Interior Architecture Advisory Group and is a member of the GSA’s National Registry of Peer Professionals. Ken is one of eight architects in the country to have become a member of the College of Fellows in both the AIA and the IIDA. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies.