In her role as project manager of the education experience at the U.S. Green Building Council, Kristin is responsible for ensuring that best-in-class green building education is being developed and delivered to the nearly 200,000 LEED Professionals around the world. With a particular focus on innovative in-person events as well as converting these experiences into online learning opportunities, she is equipping green building leaders with the knowledge and inspiration they need to realize resilient communities now.
In her previous role at USGBC, she managed strategic projects and higher education outreach for the Center for Green Schools, including the development of initiatives, tools and resources to green campuses from the inside out as well make healthy, resource-efficient, learning communities a message that will resonate with mainstream audiences.
Additionally, Kristin managed the development of The Princeton Review’s
Guide to 322 Green Colleges through in its first three years, a resource that has been covered by the likes of USA Today, the New York Times and the Huffington Post. Kristin has spoken on behalf of USGBC and the Center for Green Schools to thousands of stakeholders since she started with the organization in 2008. Kristin previously worked on philanthropic partnerships for the International Finance Corporation as well as investor relations for School Ventures, a start-up company benefiting schools for the poor in Africa.
Kristin is a LEED Accredited Professional and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Davidson College. She lives with her husband in Denver, Colorado.