The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced from Washington, D.C., the newly elected and appointed officers and directors to its 2015 Board of Directors, including Denise Grabowski of Symbioscity who will serve a three-year term in the Urban/Regional Planner seat.
“I am extremely honored to have been elected by the members of USGBC to the Board of Directors,” said Grabowski. “As an urban planner and environmental scientist, the green building movement is a perfect reflection of my passion to balance the needs of the built environment with the natural environment. I am especially optimistic about our exponentially increasing knowledge and awareness about the links between the built environment and human health. I look forward to working with an amazing group of leaders from across the country and internationally to advance the mission of USGBC.”
“USGBC’s Board of Directors provides invaluable direction and perspective, collectively bringing decades of experience to the table and using their individual expertise to shape the future of the organization, the community and the green building movement as a whole,” said Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and founding chair, USGBC. “Delivering on the promise of developing buildings that sustain and enhance the vitality of life within a generation is no small undertaking. Our Board of Directors is comprised of representatives from many different segments of the building industry and will undoubtedly make great strides in the coming year. I know that Denise will be a valuable contributor in her role, given her wealth of experience and knowledge.”
USGBC’s Board includes elected and appointed directors who serve terms of three years and two years, respectively. To learn more about the Board and view the full roster visit http://www.usgbc.org/board.