Roger Limoges | U.S. Green Building Council
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Roger Limoges

Washington, DC

For more than a dozen years, Roger Limoges has been a strong advocate, trusted strategist and articulate spokesperson on some of the most defining and complex social issues of our time.

Roger J. Limoges
Senior Vice President, Market Transformation & Development Team
Project Manager, William Jefferson Clinton Children’s Center, Port au Prince
U.S. Green Building Council

For over twenty years, Roger has been an advocate, strategist, and spokesperson on some of the most complex social issues in our public discourse. As a senior vice president on the market transformation and development team, Roger works alongside of a talented executive team dedicated to transforming our communities and buildings toward sustainability and health and wellness on a global scale. In addition, his portfolio also includes executive communications, relationship management, and special projects including serving as project manager for the design, land acquisition, and construction of USGBC’s Clinton Global Initiative Commitment of a LEED Platinum and WELL Certified children’s center in Port au Prince, Haiti.

Prior to his current role, Roger served as USGBC’s Senior Vice President of Organizational Design where he advanced a culture of excellence and continuous improvement across human resources, governance, professional development, and special projects. He was the primary author of USGBC’s 2013-2015 Strategic Plan. Roger served as the organization’s first chief of staff as well as its director of advocacy, leading a dynamic team of government affairs professionals working with governors, state legislators, and mayors to develop innovative advocacy strategies in support of USGBC’s mission.

Roger has a master’s degree in political management from The George Washington University (2000) and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Bridgewater State College (1997). In 2011, he earned an executive education certificate in Leadership in Decision Making from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Through his work in Haiti, Roger is currently serving as the first non-Haitian Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Fondation Enfant Jesus (, USGBC’s partner in Port au Prince.

Roger lives in the Colonial Village neighborhood of northwest Washington, DC, with his husband Jeff and their three(!) dogs, Cooper, Baxter, and Oliver.