Fri, 12/7/2018 - 8:45am - 2:45pm
Join Green Building United as we hear experts discuss the WELL and Fitwel building standards. Attendees will learn about each standard and what it takes for a building to be certified and a person to be credentialed, accented by project examples. Whether you are a building owner or operator, architect or designer, sustainability consultant or educator, or generally interested in health, wellness, and indoor environmental quality, this event is for you!
8:45 – 9:15 am – Registration and Coffee
9:15 am – Welcome
9:30 – 11:30 am – WELL Presentation
11:30 – 12:30 pm – Lunch
12:30 – 2:30 pm – Fitwel Presentation
2:30 – Close
Non-member: $100 (Want to become a member? Join here!)
Madeleine serves the Technical Solutions team at the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), drawing upon her deep understanding of the built environment’s impact on human health and sustainability to provide resources and guidance to project teams engaged in the WELL Certification process. Prior to joining IWBI, Madeleine worked at Delos as an Associate on the Solutions team where, in collaboration with architects, engineers and building owners, she developed wellness-focused design and policy strategies for some of the world’s first WELL Certified projects. Previously, Madeleine supported on ENERGY STAR® and LEED projects at CodeGreen Solutions. Passionate about social justice and committed to expanding IWBI’s community impact, Madeleine also spearheads IWBI’s corporate volunteer initiative.
Drawing upon her experiences in environmental health, Melanie serves on the Technical Solutions team at the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). She works to support IWBI's mission by providing technical support to project teams, developing tools and resources to facilitate the certification process, and leading workshops and presentations to help educate the industry on the WELL Building Standard.
Prior to IWBI, Melanie worked at Delos as an Associate on the Solutions team where, in collaboration with architects, engineers, and building owners, she developed wellness-focused design and policy strategies for some of the world’s first WELL Certified projects. She also worked at an environmental consulting firm, the Clinton Global Initiative, and an international non-profit that provides access to clean water and sanitation.