- AP-GA Certified
Communications Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Mallory joined USGBC in July of 2011. In her role, Mallory focuses on communication and media outreach, proactively promoting the Center’s work to a wide array of audiences and working with USGBC’s advocacy and development departments to coordinate communication outreach. Mallory also manages the Center’s web presence through its blog and social media accounts.
Mallory joined the U.S. Green Building Council in July of 2011. In her role, Mallory focuses on public relations, editorial and digital media strategy for USGBC, and oversees USGBC's speakers group and public speaking strategy. In addition, Mallory manages marketing and communications for the Center for Green Schools at USGBC, handling the Center's social media sites, website, blog, advertising and media outreach.
Prior to USGBC, Mallory worked at the Pew Charitable Trusts, where she spent a year as a Pew Leadership Fellow for the Pew Environment Group doing media relations and communications. Mallory has also held internships at Ceisler Media & Issue Advocacy, a political advocacy and media relations firm in Philadelphia, and at Edelman, where she worked in the digital affairs department in the DC office.
Mallory earned a degree in public relations from Syracuse University.
Expert topic: Communications