Your status as an expert in green building, with a LEED credential, allows you to be a leader in sustainability in many ways. Through your projects, activities and teaching, you help make the built environment and your whole community a healthier place. As a LEED Pro Reviewer, LEED Fellow or LEED Faculty member, you can go even further.
USGBC has profiled many of our sustainability leaders over the years. These exemplary professionals show the impact that even one individual can have in making our world greener—and collectively, they make a huge difference for us all.
Learn more about each type of role, and get to know a few of the leaders in each group:
USGBC Pro Reviewers are experts in green building and sustainability who review courses on Education @USGBC. They provide detailed feedback that helps the creators to improve their educational offerings and users to decide whether the course is a good fit for them.
LEED Fellows are LEED APs who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in key mastery elements related to technical knowledge and skill. GBCI’s most prestigious credential is awarded to professionals who have a history of leadership and have made significant contributions to green building and sustainability.
- Browse all the LEED Fellows.
- Hear from Megan Ritchie Saffitz, Jenny Carney, Beth Heider and Maria de los Angeles Perez on being a woman who is a LEED Fellow.
- Meet LEED Fellow and Pro Reviewer Holley Henderson.
USGBC Faculty are members of a global network of instructors and facilitators with deep expertise in sustainability that cuts across sectors, cultures and geographies. Their knowledge of a broad range of themes, from rating systems to real estate, makes them highly sought-after presenters of both information and inspiration. Learn about how to apply.
- Browse all LEED Faculty members.
- Meet LEED Faculty member Jason Kliwinski.
- Meet LEED Faculty member Dana Kose.