Flavia Cristina Grey Rodriguez | U.S. Green Building Council
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Flavia Cristina Grey Rodriguez

Washington, DC

Flavia Grey is a PhD Candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, and a research assistant at the Project Based Learning (PBL) Lab. The PBL Lab specializes in global teamwork and collaboration on architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) integrated project design (IPD) teams. Through studying and analyzing IPD teams over 25 years, the PBL Lab has developed objective and quantitative metrics, and data analytics to improve knowledge work productivity and the well-being of distributed workers. Flavia’s research focuses on the dynamic interaction between occupant well-being, knowledge work productivity, and building sustainability, leveraging the latest sensor technologies, artificial intelligence, and big data visualization.

Flavia has a Master’s degree in Sustainable Design and Construction from Stanford University and a Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City. Flavia worked for 5 years at a plastics manufacturing plant as the Chief of Plant Engineering, leading the Facility Management team. Through the development and implementation of continuous improvement projects, she became aware of the significant impact the built environment has on our daily lives and well-being, which led her to pursue her graduate studies. Flavia is also the creator and host of “Built for Health”, a podcast produced by the U.S. Green Building Council where public health professionals, researchers, and AEC practitioners discuss the latest knowledge and strategies to design, build, and operate healthier buildings.