Scott Kelly is co-founder and Principal of Re:Vision Architecture, a deep green architecture, planning, and sustainability consulting practice committed to revisioning and restoring the balance between natural and built environments. Since its inception in 2001, Scott has led Re:Vision’s interdisciplinary team in designing or participating as sustainability consultants on over 100 LEED projects around the nation, including over 20 at the Platinum level. With an interest in leadership projects, Scott led the design of the 2011 NESEA Zero-Net Energy Award Winner and has several Living Building Challenge projects in process. Throughout his career, advocacy has always been an important part of Scott’s work. He is a long-standing Chair of the Philadelphia AIA Committee on the Environment and was a founding Board Member of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council (DVGBC). Scott lectures around the country on a variety of issues related to the integrated-design process, sustainable design, and the LEED rating system. Scott’s inclusive and collaborative approach to sustainable design has inspired numerous other architects, building owners, developers, building contractors, and interested community members to incorporate green thinking and design into their buildings. Looking to the next generation, Scott is a Senior Fellow and Curriculum Advisor within Philadelphia University’s Masters in Sustainable Design program.