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Announcing USGBC NCR's 2022 Individual & Organizational Community Leader Award Recipients

USGBC National Capital Region is pleased to announce the winners of our 2022 Individual and Organizational Community Leader Awards. These honorees are selected by the USGBC NCR Market Leadership Advisory Board and USGBC staff to recognize community members who have gone above and beyond in their support of USGBC and advancing green building's for all in the DMV.


The award recipients below will be honored at our 21st Annual A Midsummer Night's Green celebration on July 21 at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, DC. This event will also include the announcement of which of our outstanding finalists have won Community Leader Project Awards.


We hope you'll join us as we celebrate the people and organizations who are leading the way in the NCR community! You can learn more about the event and register here.


Avneet Gujral, LEED Fellow, WELL AP, Fitwell Ambassador

Green Leader: Community Champion

In recognition of extraordinary volunteer leadership and dedication to the National Capital Region green building community


Maya DeHart, LEED Green Associate

Green Leader: Volunteer Leadership

For passion and stewardship of USGBC's mission in the National Capital Region


Zach Page-Belknap

Green Leader: Volunteer Leadership

For passion and stewardship of USGBC's mission in the National Capital Region


Adventist Healthcare

Green Leader: Sustainable Organization of the Year

For commitment to LEED and ongoing support of USGBC's mission in the National Capital Region


Building Innovation Hub

Excellence in Government, Advocacy or Policy

For an organization engaged in meaningful, game-changing work in local government, advocacy or policy


Community of Hope

Excellence in Advancing Health and Wellness in the Built Environment

For an organization engaged in advancing awareness and implementation of standards, principles , or policies that improve human health and well-being through the built environment

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