Sara Cederberg, AIA, LEED AP BD+C is a Technical Director in the LEED department of the U.S. Green Building Council. There she is primarily focused upon enhancing human health and well-being through the built environment by finding innovative ways to more directly achieve positive outcomes through design strategy and supply chain management. Sara is the technical liaison with the Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group, Indoor Environmental Quality Technical Advisory Group, Supply Chain Optimization Working Group, Integrative Process Working Group and previously, the Indoor Air Quality Performance Testing Working Group. She managed the programs associated with the $3 million grant USGBC received from Google to advance the healthy building materials market. Previously, she created worked on the technical development of the LEED rating system, created reference guide content, education materials and resources for LEED v4 as well as managed the creation of all LEED v4 LEED Online forms. She is a member of the AIA Materials Working Group, the Steering Committee for the BizNGO Chemical Footprint Project and the Sustainable Purchasing Council’s Chemically-Intensive Products Technical Advisory Group. Before joining the council, Sara worked as a sustainability consultant and as an architect in the public sector. She earned her Masters in Architecture from Tulane University.