2019 LEADERSHIP Award Winners

Collaboration and partnership is key to advancing environmentally and socially responsible buildings. The Leadership Awards recognize individuals and organizations who are helping make sustainable communities a reality in the D.C. metro area.

Awards were not given in all categories.  This is done when there were no submissions, or were not submissions which met, in the judging panel’s opinion, the standard of excellence and innovation that the Leadership Awards are intended to recognize.

Excellence in Government, Advocacy, or Policy

Advocacy plays an important role in who we are and what we do. We believe that the green building movement has the power to change the way we live today and the ability to transform the legacy we leave tomorrow. Successful, game-changing advocacy starts at the local level. Applicants for this award will have worked to bring about real and meaningful change through local codes, the use of LEED in more communities, the construction of green schools, the collection of key building performance data and in many other areas where green building approaches are established and successfully implemented. Applicants should demonstrate, in their application, their contributions in one or more of the following areas:


Leadership with LEED

Improving Energy Data Access

Mainstreaming Building Benchmarking

Greening our Schools

Improving Housing

Building Better Codes

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EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNMENT, ADVOCACY, OR POLICY - INDIVIDUAL

WINNER - Jay Wilson

Jay Wilson, RA

Senior Policy Advisor, D.C. Department of Energy and the Environment

 

EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNMENT, ADVOCACY, OR POLICY - ORGANIZATION

WINNER - D.C. Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs (DCRA)

D.C. Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs (DCRA)

 

EXCELLENCE IN ADVANCING HEALTH + WELLNESS 

WINNER - Johnathan Bauer

Johnathan Bauer, LEED AP O+M, Fitwell Ambassador

Sustainability Manager, The Tower Companies

 

LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES - CORPORATE

WINNER - The Tower Companies

2000 Tower Oaks Boulevard, 9th Floor

Rockville, MD  20852

The Tower Companies

 

LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES - SMALL BUSINESS

Above Green

8 N Jay Street

Middleburg, VA  2011

WINNER - Above Green

 

VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP - MEMBER OF THE YEAR  |  4 AWARDS

WINNERS - Evan Auld, Lindsey Robinett Shaw, Myrrh Caplan & Nan Schramm

Evan Auld

Account Executive, Healthy Buildings

Lindsey Robinett Shaw, LEED AP O+M

Energy & Sustainability Programs Manager, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection

Myrrh Caplan, WELL AP, LEED AP, ENV SP, ESIA, Parksmart Advisor, Fitwel Ambassador

Sustainability Director and National Lead for Community Involvement, Skanska

Nan Schramm

Senior Associate, E4H Environments for Health Architecture

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