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U.S. Green Building Council Announces 2014 Class of LEED Fellows
LEED Fellows represent an elite class of accomplished green-building professionals
Washington, D.C. – (Oct. 1, 2014) – The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announces its 2014
class of LEED Fellows. This year’s 48 Fellows are recognized for their exceptional contributions to the
green building community as well as for their significant achievements among LEED Professionals.
“The 2014 LEED Fellows are utilizing their extensive knowledge and experience in green building to
engage their colleagues, clients and communities to create a better built environment throughout the
world,” said Rick Fedrizzi, president, CEO and founding chair, USGBC. “We recognize their commitment
to LEED and celebrate their individual achievements.”
To be selected, LEED Fellows are nominated by their peers, undergo an extensive portfolio review, must
have at least 10 years of experience in the green building industry and hold a LEED AP with specialty
credential, among other requirements. The evaluation process is carried out by the LEED Fellow
Evaluation Committee and supported by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI).
2014 LEED Fellows:
Alex Zimmerman, Applied Green Consulting
Alicia Daniels Uhlig, GGLO
Anand Muthukrishnan, Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) of CII
Andrés Prera Cofiño, Medio Ambiente Arquitectura
Bahar Armaghani, University of Florida
Barry Giles, BuildingWise
Bill Worthen, Urban Fabrick
Brad Schaap, Leo A Daly
Braden Kurczak, MMM Group
Chad Dorgan, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc
Christian Klehm, Jendoco Construction Corporation
Claire Maxfield, Atelier Ten
Dustin Davis, Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects
Fulya Kocak, Clark Construction Group, LLC
Gail Hampsmire, Green Building Certification Institute
Gavin Gardi, G2 Consulting, Inc.
Greg Acker, Turner International Middle East
Environmental Dynamics, Inc; Green Insight
Jamie McKay, Morrison Hershfield Limited
Jason Twill, Lend Lease
Jean Carroon, Goody Clancy
Jeff Ross-Bain, Ross-Bain Green Building, LLC
Joanne Perdue, University of Calgary
Johnny Chen, Enertek Sustainable Design & Consulting; SSDC, Ltd.
Joseph Snider, SEQUIL Systems, Inc.
Joyce Lee, IndigoJLD Green Health
Kimberly Pexton, HITT Contracting, Inc.
Kirk Teske, HKS
Lawrence Enyart, LEA Architects
Liana Berberidou-Kallivoka, Austin Energy Green Building
Linda Sorrento, Sorrento Consulting, LLC
Mark Gelfo, TLC Engineering for Architecture
Mark Loeffler, Atelier Ten
Mark MacCracken, CALMAC Manufacturing Corporation
Mary Davidge, Mary Davidge Associates
Max Zahniser, The Sustainability NEXUS, Praxis | Building Solutions, LLC
Michelle Robinson, Re:Vision Architecture
Nathan Gauthier, UNICEF Rwanda, EA Buildings
Patrick Thibaudeau, HGA, Inc.
Peter Doo, Doo Consulting, LLC
Robert Hink, The Spinnaker Group
Robin Guenther, Perkins + Will
Roger Chang, Westlake Reed Leskosky
Sally Wilson, Newmark Grubb Knight and Frank
Satish Kumar, Schneider Electric India
Scott Bowman, KJWW Engineering Consultants, PC
Theresa Hogerheide, Green Building Certification Institute
Tommy Linstroth, Green Badger, LLCl Trident Sustainability Group
The 2014 LEED Fellows will be recognized in New Orleans at the Greenbuild International
Conference and Expo from Oct. 22-24, 2014. The nomination period for the 2015 LEED Fellows
class will open in January. For more information about the LEED Fellow program, visit
About the U.S. Green Building Council
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future
through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings. USGBC works toward its mission of
market transformation through its LEED green building program, robust educational offerings, a
nationwide network of chapters and affiliates, the annual Greenbuild International Conference &
Expo, the Center for Green Schools and advocacy in support of public policy that encourages
and enables green buildings and communities. For more information, visit usgbc.org, explore
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