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CURRICULUM VITAE Hillary Brown, FAIA LEED AP Professor of Architecture (tenured) City College of New York www.hillarybrown.net

HIGHER EDUCATION Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies, June 2000. Yale University School of Architecture, Master of Architecture, June 1974. Oberlin College. Art history major, Bachelor of Arts, June 1971.

EXPERIENCE Teaching: City College of New York, Program Director, Master of Science, Sustainability in the Urban Environment, 2016 to Present. City College of New York, Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Professor, 2009 to Present. City College of New York, School of Architecture, Urban Design & Landscape Architecture, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Seminar, 3rd and 4th Year Architecture Studio, 2008 to 2009. Princeton University School of Architecture, Lecturer, Energy and Form, and sustainability critic, Integrated Design Studio, 2002 to 2009. Columbia University School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Adjunct Associate Professor, Sustainable Design Seminar, 1997 to 2007. Bard College, Center for Environmental Policy, Affiliated Faculty, Ecological Design and Policy, 2000 to 2004. New Jersey Institute of Technology: Visiting Professor, Advanced Design Studio in Environmental Design, Spring 2004. Yale University School of Architecture, Visiting Lecturer, Core Curriculum, History & Theory Seminar, 1983 to 1985. Parsons School of Design: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Studio Coordinator Third Year Design Program, 1979 to 1983.

Professional Practice: New Civic Works, New York, NY, Principal. Sustainability consulting firm for infrastructure and buildings, guidelines development and project implementation, 2001 to Present. (See Creative Work).

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Professional Practice, cont.: City of New York, Department of Design & Construction, Founding Director, (Assistant Commissioner) NYC Office of Sustainable Design. Green building for NYC capital programs: standards development, education and outreach, project implementation, 1997-2001. City of New York, Department of Design & Construction: Assistant Commissioner/ Director of Design, Public Works Architecture & Engineering, $ 1.5 Billion capital program, 1990 to 1997. City of New York, Department of General Services, Program Director, NYC cultural Institutions capital program, an $ 80 M portfolio, 1988 to 1990. City of New York, Office of the Mayor, Assistant Director, Office of the Director of Construction, Oversight of key capital programs, troubleshooting high visibility capital projects, 1985 to 1990. Hillary A. Brown, AIA, Architect, Principal, Commercial and institutional architectural projects in New York, Connecticut, 1980 to 1985. Peter Gluck, Architects with Gerald Allen, Architect. Project Manager, historic “B” Post design for Central Park Luminaire, multiple family housing projects,1979 to 1980. Edward Larrabee Barnes, Architect, Project Manager, renovation, Enid Haupt Conservatory, historic restoration and new construction projects, 1975 to 1979. Neylan and Ungless Architects, London, UK. Production Assistant, Housing projects, Boroughs of Enfield and Camden, 1974 to 1975.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS Awards: Senior Policy Advisor, Invited Appointment, Ecologic Institute, U.S., Washington D.C. 2018 to Present. Appointed Member, Board of Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment (BICE), National Research Council, National Academy of Engineering, National Academies, Washington D.C. 2011 to Present. Appointed Member, National Research Committee on Federal High Performance Green Buildings. The National Academies, Washington D.C., 2011 to 2012. Invited Participant, White House Forum on Federal Leadership and High Performance Sustainable, Buildings, July 20, 2010 with Cabinet members, Senior Department Heads (Labor, HUD, Energy), and national green building experts. Fellow, The Post-Carbon Institute. Supporting expert, author and reviewer for sustainable buildings and infrastructure, Berkeley, CA, 2008 to Present. Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA) by the College of the American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. March 2008. Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, for “Bird-Safe Building Guidelines,” ASLA Awards Program, 2007.

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Awards, cont.: Fellow, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems, CUNY UTRC (Investigating urban infrastructure), 2005 to Present. American Academy in Berlin, Public Policy Fellow, Ecological Building Design in Berlin. Robert Bosch Fellowship, Berlin, Germany, February to May 2001. Public Architect Award, American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter, Recognition for “superior performance as a public-sector architect,” May 2001. Loeb Fellowship in Advanced Environmental Studies, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, $ 25,000, January 1999 to January 2000. Professional Services Award, Department of General Services, New York City, November 1994. Women’s Leadership Award, Department of General Services, New York City, November 1995. William Wirt Winchester Traveling Fellowship, Yale University School of Architecture, (highest honor), 1974 to 1975.

Leadership roles and accomplishments Harvard University, The Kennedy School, Institute of Politics. Bi-Partisan Program for New Members of Congress, Invited presenter on Infrastructure for the 21st Century, with the Honorable, Rodney S. Slater, Former Secretary of Transportation, and others, Cambridge, MA, December 5, 2014. Visiting Fellow, Center for Creative Solutions: Reframing 21st Century Challenges. Adviser and participant, multi-disciplinary summer program in community-based design and resilience, affiliated with Marlboro College Graduate School, Brattleboro, VT, Summer 2012 to Present. Co-Founder, Global Energy Model Institute, and Chair, International Working Group, with Clinton Global Initiative Member, Daniel P. Gregory, PE., Not-for-profit institute addressing energy and infrastructure poverty in developing economies, initial pilot program planned for Haiti, New York, NY, 2011 to 2013. Executive Committee Member, New York State Sustainability Working Group, Program to expand sustainability literacy and advance policies to support sustainability programs in higher education, New York, NY, 2011 to 2012. Advisory Committee Member, AIA, NY Chapter. Glimpses: New York and Amsterdam in 2040. Exhibition and exchange program, New York, NY, Spring 2011. Co-Chair, with William Solecki, CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities, CUNY Environmental Sciences Workshop, Panelist on Sustainable Cities Group, New York, NY, November 2010. Founding Director, City of New York, Office of Sustainable Design, New York City’s first dedicated program in green buildings, over 70 buildings completed to date. Policy development, project implementation, research; Recipient, $ .5 Million in NYSERDA technical support, more than $1.2 M in capital grants and capital funding financed through the New York Power Authority’s ENCORE program, 1997 to 2001.

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RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE WORK Peer and Critically Reviewed Work Books Co-Author, (with Byron Stigge) Infrastructure Ecologies: Progressive Development Models for Emerging Economies. Forthcoming from MIT Press (publication date May 2017). Author, Next Generation Infrastructure: Principles for Post-industrial Public Works. Island Press, May 2014. Co-Author (Minor), Achieving High-Performance Federal Facilities: Strategies and Approaches for Transformational Change. The National Academies Press, 2011. Co-Author (Major) Bird-Safe Building Guidelines: Preventing Avian Mortality in Structures, New York Audubon Society, 2007. Co-Author, (Major) and Managing Editor City of New York High Performance Infrastructure Guidelines: Greening Infrastructure in the Public Right-of-Way. City of New York and the Design Trust for Public Space, 2005. Co-Author (Major) State and Local Government Toolkit: Policy Manual for City and State Green Building Program Development. US Green Building Council, 2002. Co-Author, (Major) and Managing Editor City of New York High Performance Building Guidelines, City of New York and the Design Trust for Public Space, 1999.

Book Chapters “Co-development as Principle for Next Generation Infrastructure” in What We See: Advancing the Observations of Jane Jacobs. Lynn Elizabeth, and Stephen Goldsmith, eds., New Village Press, 2010. “Re-Naturing the City” in Restorative Commons: Creating Health and Well-being through Urban nd Landscapes. Lindsay Campbell and Anne Wiesen, eds., US Forest Service 2011 (2 ed.). “Towards Net-Zero Carbon Buildings” in The Post Carbon Reader: Managing the 21st Century Sustainability Crises. Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch, eds., Watershed Media Press, 2010. “Prologue: In Retrospect,” in Biophilic Design: Theory, Science and Practice. Kellert, Stephen, Heerwagen Judith, Mador, Martin, eds., Wiley Press, 2008. “High Performance Infrastructure,” in Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature. Farr, Douglas. Wiley, 2008. “Preface,” for Green Building: Project Planning & Cost Estimating, First Edition. RS Means, 2002. “Building for High Performance,” in Construction in Cities: Political, Social and Environmental Impacts of Construction. P.J. Lancaster, Ed. CDC Publications, 2001. “Smart Buildings for the Public Realm,” in Sustainable Architecture: White Papers. Earth Pledge Foundation Series on Sustainable Development, 2000.

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Journal articles “Towards A Circular Energy Economy: Cross-Sector Successes in Brazil and India,” Consilience, Journal of Sustainable Development, 19, (forthcoming Summer, 2018). “Infrastructural Ecology as a Planning Paradigm: Two Case Studies,” International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Vol. 13, No 2 (2018),187–196. “Lille, France's 'Virtuous Cycle' - Integration Urban Services to Valorize Waste.” IGLUS (Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems Quarterly, Vol. 3, Issues 1, (July 2017), 7-11. “Infrastructural Ecologies: A Macroscopic Framework for Sustainable Public Works.” In: Proceedings: International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure. Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 2014. Co-Author, (Minor) “Infrastructure Ecology: An Evolving Paradigm for Sustainable Urban Development.”Arka Pandit, Elizabeth A. Minné, Hyunju Jeong, Jean-Ann C. James, Joshua P. Newell, Marc Weissburg, Michael E. Chang, Ming Xu, Perry Yang, Valerie M. Thomas, Zhongming Lu, John C. Crittenden. Journal of Cleaner Production, (2015), doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.09.010. “Compound Infrastructure: Lessons from Engineering Precedents.” Journal of Bridge Engineering. Issue 8, July 2014. “A Haitian ‘Ecodistrict:’Conceptual Design for Integrated, Basic Infrastructure for the Commune of Léogâne. Haiti,” Earth Perspectives – Transdisciplinarity Enabled, 2014, 1:4. “Eco-logical Principles for Next Generation Infrastructure.” The Bridge. National Academy of Engineering Quarterly, March 2011. “Infrastructural Ecologies” Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm/ The Design Observer, Scholarship (Peer Reviewed.) October 2010.

Refereed conference proceedings “Infrastructural Ecologies: A Macroscopic Framework for Sustainable Public Works.” In: Proceedings: International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure. Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 2014. “Institutionalizing High Performance Building Practices: A New Public Management Strategy,” for Mainstreaming Green: Sustainable Design for Buildings and Communities. Proceedings, AIA/U.S. Green Building Council Conference, May 1999. “NYC’s Environmentally Responsible Building Guideline,” Proceedings, New York Interagency Engineering Council, proceedings, 4th annual conference, May 1998. “Towards High Performance Buildings: How NYC can capture real returns from green public facilities,” Proceedings, Environmental and Economic Balance: the 21st Century Outlook. Proceedings, AIA/U.S. Green Building Council conference, October 1997.

Non-Peer Reviewed Work “Double or Nothing: Reflections on Bridge Design,” Critical Design/Critical Futures, RISD Critical Commons, May 2016

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Critically reviewed work Book Reviews, Infrastructural Ecologies, Island MIT Press 2017 Spacing, CA, Canadian Urbanism Uncovered. Book Review by Shelley Long, November 2017. Journal of Environment & Urbanization, Book Review by Hannah Lee, October 2017. Book Reviews, Next Generation Infrastructure, Island Press 2014 Journal of Planning Education and Research, Book Review by Andrea Broaddus, University of California, Berkeley, 1-2, 2016. DOI: 10.1177/0739456X16644798 Journal of Urban Technology, Book Review by Evangeline Linkous, University of South Florida, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10630732.2015.1116829 Metropolis Magazine. Book Review by Metropolis Editors, July 14, 2015. UrbanLand (Urban Land Institute Magazine) Book Review by David R. Godschalk, June 22, 2015. American Society of Landscape Architects, On-line magazine, The Dirt, “One of 10 Best Books of 2014,” December 1, 2014. Spacing, CA, Canadian Urbanism Uncovered. Book Review by Jeremy Senko, “August 19, 2014. Landscape Architecture Magazine, “Books of Interest,” August 2014. Oculus Magazine, American Institute of Architects Magazine, New York Chapter, Book Review by Annie Coggan, June 18, 2014. American Society of Landscape Architects, On-Line Magazine, The Dirt, Book Review, by Mariana Mogilevich, June 12, 2014. Civil Engineering, July/August Issue, Book Review by Ray Bert, June 2, 2014. Public Works Magazine, Book Review by Stephanie Johnston, May 31, 2014. Reviewed Work of Consulting Firm, New Civic Works, Hillary Brown, Principal Global Energy Model, Work in Haiti. Jared Anderson, “An Unlikely Energy Development Opportunity Emerges in Haiti.” Breaking Energy Magazine. Article about the Global Energy Model Initiative, February 2012. New Civic Works Green Guidelines consulting, Nancy Jackson, “Goal Diggers: public works leaders cultivate sustainable communities,” American City and County, (cover story), March 2009. “Principles for Post Industrial Public Works,” Guest Columnist, Engineering News Record. April/May, 2009. “Bird-Safe Building Guidelines, for New York City Audubon, Bina Venkataraman,“Fatal Reflections,” Boston Globe, December 2008. Kira Gould and Lance Hosey. Women In Green: Voices of Sustainable Design. Ecotone, 2007.

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Critically Reviewed Work, cont.: City of New York, High Performance Infrastructure Guidelines, “Green Streets GO-AHEAD,” Architects Newspaper, January 2007. City of New York, High Performance Infrastructure Guidelines, “Inside Infrastructure,” Oculus Magazine, AIA NY Chapter. Chapter Volume 68 Issue 5, Winter 2006 to 2007. “Moving toward High Performance Infrastructure,” Urban Land Institute Magazine, Fall 2006. “Global Visions - New York Insights 2001,” Megacities, Edition Siemens, September 2000. “Profiles in Scholarship: Hillary Brown,” The Berlin Journal: Newsletter # 2, American Academy in Berlin, Summer 2001. Reviewed Work of the Hillary Brown, Founding Director Office of Sustainable Design, City of New York, “Efficient Building Guidelines,” Review, Oculus Magazine, AIA NY Chapter. Volume 62, Number 4. December 1999. “City Manual on Being Green,” Review, Real Estate Section, The New York Times. July 1999. “Library Shows Green Buildings Belong in the Public Sector.” Review, Architectural Record, June 1997. “The Big Green Apple,” AIARCHITECT VISTA, AIA National Newsletter. February 199

External steering and advisory committees Built Environment Education (BEE now,) Member, Advisory Committee, 2015 to 2017. New York State Sustainability Working Group, Member, Executive Committee, Expert Panel on Sustainability and Council of Deans, Spring 2012. Program follows the American Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AAASHE) initiative, Syracuse & New York, NY, Spring, 2012 to Winter 2013. Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, City of New York, Co-Chair, “Aquatecture” Committee, Development of NYC Waterfront Redevelopment Plan, New York, NY, 2007 to 2010. City State Urban Design Lab, Rhode Island School of Design: Member, Board of Advisors, Providence, RI, 2005 to 2006. New Yorkers for Parks, Advisory Committee, New York, NY, 2003 to 2004. Green Building Guidelines, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Advisory Review Committee, New York, NY, 2002 to 2003. Memorial Guidelines, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, Advisory Review Committee, New York, NY, 2002 to 2003. Civic Alliance (Rebuilding Downtown), Co-Chair, Green Buildings Committee, New York, NY, 2001 to 2002.

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Other Creative Work “A Circular Economy for Fonds Parisien: Infrastructure and Resource Integration for Ecotourism, Commerce and Employment for Fonds Parisien, Haiti. Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2017 “An Integrated Development Model for Grand Goâve,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2016 “Sea, Sun, Soil and Salt: Infrastructural Symbiosis in Anse-Rouge Haiti’s Eco-Industrial Park,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2015. “Infrastructure Master Plan for a Sustainable Rural College Campus, University of Les Cayes, Les Cayes, Haiti,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2014. “Infrastructural Ecologies for Fouche, Haiti: Multipurpose, Integrated and Synergistic Systems,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2013. “Planning an EcoDistrict: Integration of Critical Infrastructure Proposed for the Commune of Leogane, Haiti,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2012. “Envisioning Renewable Energy for Haiti,” Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of NY, 2011.

Presentations Keynote Speaker Australia Institute of Landscape Architect Annual Conference, “The Infrastructural Commons: CrossSector Connectivity & Cooperation for the Collective Good, Sydney, Australia, October 2017 Jordan River Planning Commission Green Infrastructure Conference, “Greening Infrastructure: an ecological planning approach,” Salt Lake City, UT, November 17, 2016 Water Resilient Cities: Adaptation to Climate Change in Infrastructure, “Future-Proofing Infrastructure for the Anthropocene,” Cleveland, OH, April 21, 2016. th

American School Health Association, 78 Annual School Health Conference, “Building Healthy & High Performance Schools,” Pittsburgh, PA, October 15, 2004. New York State United Teachers Health & Safety Conference, “Educating Green: Sustainability and the Power of Public Ideas,” Albany, New York, March 12, 2003. Greater Cleveland Green Building Coalition, Green Schools Event, “Greening the Classroom and Beyond,” Cleveland, OH, October 17, 2001. East Regional Interior Design Education Council Annual Conference 2002, “Educating for Green: Ecological Literacy in Design Schools,” New School, New York, NY October 24, 2002. Hong Kong University. Environmentally Responsible Building Design Conference, Hong Kong,” Adopting a Portfolio-wide Green Building Policy, New York City,” Hong Kong, China, May 10, 2001. State of New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection: Building Green, New Jersey, “Steps to Greening Capital Programs,” Trenton, NJ, October 4, 2000.

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Distinguished Speaker Zube Lecture Series, University of Massachusetts, School of Architecture, Landscape and Regional Planning, “Future-Proofing Infrastructure: Five Priorities for the Anthropocene,” October 6, 2016. School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA Lecture Series) “Infrastructure Everywhere & Nowhere: Future-proofing Critical Systems,” University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, September 14, 2015. School of Architecture & Urban Planning, (SARUP Lecture Series) “Future-Proofing Infrastructure: Five Principles for Public Works,” University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, Oct. 17, 2014. City University of New York, School of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, “Affirming Green: Themes/principles/work/ emerging concepts,” New York, NY, November 6, 2008. University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning. “Greening the Street: high performance practices in the right-of-way,” Cincinnati, OH, April 5, 2007. University of Utah School of Architecture, “Green Affirmatives: Emerging Trends and Practices in Sustainable Design,” Salt Lake City, UT, November 1, 2006. University of Texas, Austin, Center for Sustainable Development, “Building Green as Good Governance,” Austin, TX, April 22, 2005. Yale University, School of Architecture and School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. “The Power of Public Ideas: High Performance Building in Practice,” New Haven, CT, September 12, 2002. Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected) Institute of Advanced Studies, Creative Cities Conference, “An Exemplary Town in its Bioregion: The Oberlin Ohio Project,” Kőszeg, Hungary, August 29, 2017 Institute of Advanced Studies, Open Workshop, “The Circular Economy: Strategies for the Town and Bioregion,”Kőszeg, Hungary, August 30, 2017 th

5 Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, A Circular Energy Economy: Cross-Sector Successes in Brazil and India, NYC, September 18, 2017 Wessex Institute Conference, Sustainable Development Planning, “Infrastructural Ecology as a Planning Paradigm: Two Case Studies,” June 29, 2017 Institute of Advanced Studies, “An Integrative Approach to Urban Infrastructure,” Creative Cities Conference, Kőszeg, Hungary, September 17, 2016 Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems Conference (IGLUS), “Integrating Urban Infrastructure,” City College of New York, NYC, September 12, 2016 American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning Engineers Bi-State Chapter, “Next Generation Infrastructure: An Earthday Perspective, Pocantico Hills, NY, April 22, 2015. College of the Built Environment, University of Washington, “Future-Proofing Infrastructure for the Anthropocene,” Olympia, WA, April 5, 2016.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. Urban Land Institute, Metro & Evergreen State College Center for Sustainable Infrastructure, “Future-Proofing Infrastructure: Action Items for the Anthropocene,”Portland, OR. April 4, 2016 Urban Land Institute, Metro & Evergreen State College Center for Sustainable Infrastructure, FutureProofing Infrastructure for the Anthropocene, ”Seattle WA. April 5, 2016 Center for Sustainable Development, Mamaroneck COTE, Urban Green Council, “Sustainability and Resiliency Interrelationship,” Mamaroneck, NY, November 24, 2015 Speaker, Pratt Institute, Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development, “Future-proofing Critical Urban Systems,” New York, October 30, 2015 America Society of Civil Engineers (ACSE) Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure. “Infrastructural Ecologies: A Macroscopic Framework for Sustainable Public Works.” Invited panelist, Long Beach, CA, November 8, 2014. King County, Green Tools Roundtable, Invited speaker, “Five Principles for Future Proofing Urban Systems,” Seattle WA, November 5, 2014. Town Hall, Seattle. Invited Speaker, “Envisioning Next Generation Infrastructure,” Seattle WA, November 4, 2014. Security and Sustainability Forum Webinar, “A Conversation with the Honorable Jaime Lerner, Former Mayor, Curitiba Brazil and Hillary Brown, New Civic Works,” moderated by James Russell. (Live Online), Washington, D.C., September 25, 2014. VERGE Conference New York, Next-Gen Buildings and Infrastructure, “Future-Proofing Public Works,” New York, NY, September 16, 2014. Port Authority, New York and New Jersey. Invited lecturer. “Proposals for Next Generation Infrastructure,” Newark, NJ, September 7, 2014. American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention 2014,” Integrated Infrastructure: Design that Adapts to Evolving Challenges,” (with James S. Russell, FAIA) Chicago, IL, June 26, 2014. San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), Invited speaker, “Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure: Imperatives for the Next Generation,” San Francisco, CA, June 11, 2014. Joint Meeting, San Francisco Department of the Environment and San Francisco Department of Planning. Invited speaker, “Towards Next Generation Infrastructure,” San Francisco, CA, June 11, 2014. San Jose Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), Invited speaker, “Future-proofing Urban Infrastructure: Alternative Practices for Public Works,” San Jose, CA, June 12, 2014. AIA New York Chapter, Oculus Book Talk, Next Generation Infrastructure: Principles for PostIndustrial Public Works,” Center for Architecture, New York, NY, June 9, 2014. City University of New York, Division of Interdisciplinary Studies, City-on-City lecture series. “Greening the Public Realm: Getting to Scale,” New York, NY, May 6, 2013.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. Yale University NY/AIA Chapter. “Biophilic Design in Architecture.” Invited panelist, with Stephen Kellert, Yale University School of Environmental Studies, New York, NY, April 23, 2012. National Science Foundation, Research Coordination Network, Infrastructures and the EnergyClimate-Water Nexus. Speaker, “Sustainable Infrastructure: Principles for Post-industrial Public Works,” Estes Park, CO, August 18, 2012. AIA Center for Architecture, NY Chapter, Panelist. Trends in Response to Natural Disasters: Adaptation by Design, New York, NY, April 22, 2012. SCUP 2012 (School & University Planners) North East Regional Conference. “Influences of Pedagogical Changes on Space Utilization and Sustainable Practice,” Invited speaker, with Peter Gisolfi, AIA LEED AP, and Adrian Tuluca, R.A., LEED BD+C, New York, NY, April 12, 2012. City University of New York, Office of Facilities Design, Construction & Management. Invited speaker. “Towards Net-Zero Energy Buildings for Universities,” New York, NY, February 21, 2012. City College of New York, President’s Lecture Series, Human Ecology, Invited speaker, “Towards Soft-Path Water Systems: Towards Resilient Urban Infrastructure,” New York, NY, February 7, 2012. Center for Architecture, AIA NY Chapter, Symposium: Design for Energy: The Language of Sustainability, Panelist, New York, NY, December 1, 2011. Kent State University, College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Invited seminar speaker, “Observations on Innovative Infrastructure.” (video-skype lecture), November 29, 2011. R. Buckminster Fuller Challenge, Symposium, Invited speaker, “The Architect and Eco/Social Sustainability,” New York, NY, October 12, 2011. Museum of the City of New York. “Harvesting the Sun – Solar Power in New York City.” Program organizer, Moderator, New York, NY, June 20, 2011. DesignDC (Regional AIA conference), Redesigning Our Buildings, Cities, and Infrastructure in the Face of Climate Change. Invited speaker, “Resilient Buildings and Infrastructure,” Washington D.C., June 22, 2011. Center for Architecture Symposium, Glimpses: New York and Amsterdam in 2040, Invited speaker, New York, NY, June 11, 2011. R. Buckminster Fuller Challenge 2011. Urban Solution Sets: Visionary Strategies for the Future of Cities, panelist, NYC, June 8, 2011. AIA 2011 National Convention. Invited speaker, (with James S. Russell) “Next Generation Green: Sustainable Infrastructure and Communities,” New Orleans, LA, May 12, 2011. AIA Baltimore Conference, Infrastructure Systems and Cities: Design for a Changing World, Invited Speaker, “Prognostications: Next Generation Infrastructure,” Baltimore, MD, March 24, 2011. National Renewable Energy Lab, Invited speaker, “Bird-Safe Glazing as a Green Building Solution,” (video-conference presentation) New York, NY, March 22, 2011. Urban Green Council Exposition 2010, Moderator, “Double Glass Façade Innovation at the Weill Cornell Medical Center,” New York, NY, September 24, 2010.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. AIA Center for Architecture, New York Chapter. Invited speaker, “Towards Sustainable Infrastructure,” New York, NY, September 14, 2010. American Academy for the Advancement of Science, Transforming Cities for an Eco-Energy Future, Respondent, “Urban Design and Energy Demand,” San Diego, CA, February 21, 2010. Sustainable Infrastructure Conference, CCNY, Introductory speaker: “Evolving Perspectives: Sustainability Defined,” New York, NY, May 11, 2010. Oberlin College Environmental Alumni Conference, Invited speaker, “A History of New York City’s Recent Sustainability Initiatives,” Oberlin, OH, October 10, 2009. American Institute of Architects, COTE, NY Chapter, Invited speaker, “Basic Bioclimatic Design: High Performance, Simplified,” Center for Architecture, New York, NY, June 22, 2009. AIA 2009 National Convention, Panel organizer and speaker, “Manufacturing for Sustainability,” San Francisco, CA, May 3, 2009. Cagliari-Fiera Internaztionale della Sardegna, Invited speaker, “Green Infrastructure for the Sustainable City,” Cagliairi, Sardinia, Italy, March 4, 2009. Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, Invited seminar speaker, “Getting to Scale: Ecological Strategies for Cities,” New York, NY, November 17, 2008. University of Pennsylvania, “Reimagining Cities: Urban Design after the Age of Oil.” Invited panelist, Philadelphia, PA, November 8, 2008. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Green Development Program, Panelist. Nashville, TN, February 25, 2008. Museum of the City of New York. Eco-Cities: Building Green on a City Scale, Invited speaker, “Next Generation Infrastructure,” New York, NY, February 4, 2008. GreenBuild (U.S. Green Building Council) Annual Conference, Invited speaker, “From Great Streets to Green Streets,” Chicago, IL, November 8, 2007. GreenBuild (U.S. Green Building Council) Annual Conference, Invited speaker, “Migrating through the City: Bird-safe Buildings: NYC’s Audubon’s Bird Safe Building Guidelines,” Chicago, IL, November 8, 2007. Institute for Public Leadership & Public Affairs, Northern Kentucky University, Invited speaker, Halfday workshop, “Best Practices for Greening the Public Right-of-way,” Louisville, KY, April 7, 2007. Meristem Forum, Restorative Commons for Community Health, Invited speaker, “Health-promoting Urban Environments, Buildings, Landscape and Sustainable Policy,” New York, NY, March 30, 2007. New York Power Authority, Sustainability Initiative, Invited lecturer, “Sustainability: Integration into Capital Programs,” White Plains, NY, December 5, 2006. Pratt Institute, School of Architecture, Invited speaker, “Affirming Green: Emerging Trends and Practices in Ecological Design,” New York, NY, November 13, 2006.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. Corporate Real Estate Conference, 2006. Globalization, Sustainable Development and the Corporate Real Estate Mission. Invited speaker, “On the Ground, Managing Infrastructure: NYC’s High Performance Infrastructure Guidelines,” New York, NY, October 30, 2006. Green Buildings, Landscapes and Communities: Linking Sustainability, Affordability and Economic Vitality, Invited speaker, “Sustainable Strategies for Towns & Cities,” Newburgh, NY, October 26, 2005. High Performance Educational Facilities Conference, Sponsored by Turner Construction, Invited speaker, “Greening our Nation’s Schools,” Washington, D.C., October 24, 2005. Metropolitan New York Chapter, Constructions Specifications Institute, Focus NYC Conference Day, Invited speaker, “Best Practices for NYC Public Right-of-Way,” New York, NY, September 27, 2006. New Visions for Public Schools, A Green Gathering. Invited speaker, “Trends in High Performance Schools,” New York, NY, August 15, 2006. CNU XIV Congress for New Urbanism: Sustainability and the New Infrastructure, Invited speaker, “City of New York’s High Performance Infrastructure Initiative,” Providence, RI, June 5, 2006. Center for Architecture, Invited speaker, “Birds and Glass: Design Strategies to Prevent Bird Mortality,” New York, NY, May 25, 2006. AIA New York Chapter: Fit City: Promoting Physical Activity through Design, Panelist: “Perspectives of a Green Builder,” New York, NY, May 12, 2006. Yale University: Bringing Buildings to Life Symposium. Panel Chair & Speaker, Biophilic and Restorative Design in Theory. “How is an Inherent Affinity for Nature Manifest in the Built Environment,” West Greenwich, RI, May 11, 2006. Skyscraper Museum, Green Towers for New York: Visionary to Vernacular, Panelist, “Green Ground Zero: guidelines for downtown and beyond,” New York, NY, April 25, 2006. Municipal Art Society/Sallan Foundation, AIA COTE, Good Governance and Green: Making Sustainability Operational, Invited speaker, “NYC High Performance Buildings: The Policy Maker’s Perspective,” New York, NY, December 6, 2005. New York Academy of Science, Environmental Science Forum, Invited speaker, “Visioning Green: Advances in High Performance Sustainable Building Design,” New York, NY, August 22, 2005. State University of New York, Administrators Association, Winter Meeting, Panelist, “High Performance Building Guidelines: Implementing Executive Order 111,” Saratoga Springs, NY, February 2, 2005. CIMA, Cooper Union School of Architecture/ Center for Architecture, Invited speaker, “Future Modern: Trends towards Ecological Design,” New York, NY, February 20, 2005. Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Ecology in Design Symposium, Invited speaker, “Green Infrastructures for Water in the City,” Cambridge, MA, February 13, 2005. Yale University School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Invited seminar speaker, “Greening the Campus: A Program-based Approach to High Performance,” New Haven, CT, February 6, 2005. U.S. Green Building Council, NY Chapter, United Technologies Series, Invited speaker, “Greening New York City’s Infrastructure: On the Road to a Sustainable City,” New York, NY, March 8, 2005.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (Eco)Logical: Greening the 21st Century City, Symposium and Kevin Lynch Award ceremony for Chicago’s Mayor Richard Daley, Invited speaker, Cambridge, MA, April 4, 2005. Val Alen Institute, Invited speaker, (with Buro Happold), “An Evolving Future: U.S. Trends in Sustainable Master Planning,” New York, NY, November 5, 2004. Columbia University & New York Academy of Sciences: Urban Biosphere & Society: Partnership of Cities, Invited speaker, “Planning and Building for Sustainability,” New York, NY, October 29, 2003. International Facility Management Association/U.S. Green Building Council Green NY Expo 2004, Invited speaker, “Implementing a Green Building Program,” New York, NY, October 27, 2004. ENVIRONDESIGN 7, Invited speaker, “Visioning Green: A NYC Case Study,” Washington D.C., May 2, 2003. Hamden Green Building Forum, Invited speaker. “Building Green: Planning Healthy and High Performance Schools,” Hamden, CT, May 29, 2003. ACSA/AIA 2003 Teacher’s Seminar, Plenary Practice Panel, Panelist, “Sustainable Pedagogies and Practice.” New Orleans, LA, June 11, 2003. New Jersey Mayors’ Institute on Community Design, Mayor’s Institute of City Design, Invited participant, “Green Infrastructure for Healthy Communities,” Princeton, New Jersey, June 5-6, 2003. Northeast Sustainable Energy Society, Energy in Schools 2002, Invited speaker, “Educating Green: How and Why Student Education Benefits from Green School Design,” Boston, MA, November 14, 2002. University of Missouri, St. Louis. Annual What is a City? Conference. Panelist, St. Louis, MO, October 17, 2002. U.S. Green Building Council, St. Louis Chapter, Invited speaker, “Building Green: Smart Places in the Public Realm,” St. Louis, MO, October 16, 2002. Healthy Schools Network Symposium, Looking to the Future: Healthier Children, Healthier Schools, Invited speaker, “Policy Implications in Design of the Healthy and High Performance School,” New York, NY, October 10, 2002. American University in Beirut, Sustainable Development Forum, Invited speaker, “Greening the Campus,” Lebanon, Beirut, September 27, 2002 Harvard University Graduate School of Design Executive Education program, “Next Generation Green Buildings,” lecturer, with Randy Croxton, FAIA, Cambridge, MA, June 29, 2002. Arts + Ideas Program, City of New Haven, Invited speaker, “Powerful Public Ideas: High Performance Buildings,” New Haven, CT, June 28, 2002. Ecological Cities Symposium, University of Massachusetts, Sponsor, The Humane Metropolis, Invited speaker, “Green Metropolis: Building Policy and Practice,” New York, NY, June 6, 2002.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. U.S. Green Building Council Federal Summit, State and Local Workshop, Panelist, Greening Municipal Capital Programs, Washington D.C. May 30, 2002. Metropolis Magazine Symposium: Teaching Green, Opening speaker and panelist, “Thoughts on a Green Pedagogy,” New York, NY, May 20, 2002. CERES Conference, Invited speaker, “Removing Barriers to Smart Growth & Sustainable Design,” Washington D.C., April 18, 2002. Columbia University, School for International & Public Affairs. 8th annual David N. Dinkins Public Forum, Panelist, New York, NY, April 12, 2002. Hunter College Department of Urban Affairs & Planning/Municipal Art Society Planning Center, Green Buildings and Sustainable Communities, Invited speaker, “High Performance Buildings: The Power of Public Ideas,” New York, NY, April 3, 2002. University of California, Santa Barbara, Bren School of Environmental Management, Invited speaker, “Altering the Future: High Performance Design & Construction,” Santa Barbara, CA, April 2002. Civic Alliance, Green Buildings Task Force Downtown Rebuild, Invited speaker, “High Performance Opportunities for Downtown Rebuild,” New York, NY, February 11, 2002. University of Hawaii, Invited speaker. “Creating a High Performance University,” Honolulu, HI, February 13, 2002. Shanghai Ministry of Construction and Housing via the Natural Resources Defense Council and the US Consulate, Video conference presentation, “Building Green,” New York, NY, December 5, 2001. NYS Governor’s Office of Regulatory Reform, Quality Communities Conference, Panelist, Albany, NY, October 2, 2001. EARTHDAY New York Conference 2001: Buildings, Economics & Environment. “High Performance Design Guidelines for NYC,” New York, NY, April 22, 2001. American Academy in Berlin. Robert Bosch Public Policy Fellow Presentation, “Green Building: Good Public Policy, New York/Berlin,” Berlin, Germany, February 23, 2001. U.S. Green Building Council, Los Angeles Chapter, Greening Government Conference, Invited speaker, “Getting to Scale with Green Buildings,” Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 2000. Dessau Institute of Architecture at the Bauhaus, Revitalizing Cities Forum, Panelist, Dessau, Germany, May 18, 2000. American Society of Civil Engineers, NY Chapter, Sustainable Structures Symposium, Invited speaker, “Ecological Design for High Performing Buildings,” New York, NY, May 10, 2000. th

Columbia University, School for International & Public Affairs, Panelist, 6 Annual David Dinkins Public Policy Forum, New York, NY, May 8, 2000. Cornell University, Center for the Environment, Invited speaker, Sustainable Development Seminar, “Building Green in NYC,” Ithaca, NY, April 7, 2000.

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Invited Speaker or Panelist (Selected), cont. U.S. Green Building Council, 4th Annual Federal Government Summit, Panelist, Washington D.C., March 30, 2000. Italian Public Authorities, Conference on Building Quality: Energy, Indoor Environment, and Technological Innovation, (ENEA) Italian National Agency for Energy and Environment. Invited speaker, “Scaling up Green Buildings, NYC,” Como, Italy, February 26, 2000. NY State Greenhouse Gas Reductions Workshop, Columbia University, Invited panelist, New York, NY, January 19, 2000. Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, Loeb Fellow Presentation, “Greening Buildings in the Public Sector: Key Policy Initiatives,” Cambridge, MA, December 16, 1999. Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Loeb Fellow Presentation, “Smart Buildings in the Public Realm,” Cambridge, MA, December 2, 1999. Sustainable Washington D.C. Smart Building Alliance, Panelist, Washington D.C., November 5, 1999. U.S. Green Building Council, AIA, 5th Annual Conference, Invited speaker, “Challenges to Scaling up Green Buildings,” Chattanooga, TN, October 15, 1999. U.S. Green Building Council, Real Estate Board of NY/ NY Building Congress Symposium, Invited speaker, “High Performance for NYC Buildings,” New York, NY, July 20,1999. Japan Green Building Council, Global Environmental Seminar, Invited speaker, “High Performance Buildings in the Public Realm,” Osaka, Japan. June 7, 1999. City of Nagoya, Japan, Environmental Protection Bureau, Invited presentation on green buildings to public officials, Nagoya Prefecture, Japan, June 4, 1999. Global Environmental Seminar, Tokyo International Forum, Invited speaker, “High Performance Buildings in the Public Realm,” Tokyo, Japan, June 1, 1999. U.S. Congress, Congressional Breakfast for the U.S. Green Building Council, Featured speaker, “Towards High Performance Buildings, NYC,” Washington, D.C., May 25,1999. National Town Meeting, President’s Council for Sustainable Development, Invited panelist, Detroit, MI, May 4, 1999. Members of the City Council, City of Buffalo, Invited speaker, SUNY Buffalo, NYS Energy Research & Development Authority, “Building for the Future,” Buffalo, NY, April 26, 1999. Department of Capital Asset Management, State of Massachusetts, Invited speaker, “Green Buildings: A Portfolio Perspective,” Boston, MA, April 10, 1999. U.S. Green Building Council, Member Summit, Local Government Committee, Workshop leader, presenter, “New York City’s Green Building Program Initiative,” Washington D.C., August 16, 1998. U.S. Green Building Council, NY Chapter Breakfast Workshop, Invited speaker, “Inside DDC’s Office of Sustainable Design,” New York, NY, April 9,1998. U.S .Green Building Council, Federal Government workshop, Invited speaker, “Greening NYC’s Public Building Program,” Washington, D.C., March 26, 1998.

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Published or On-line Interviews Interview, EfectoNaim, “Los costos del abandono,” “Cost of abandonment: lack of infrastructural investment,” On-line journal, December 2, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62uz2MMAs84&feature=youtu.be Faculti On-Line Learning Platform, “Next Generation Infrastructure,” ½ hour interview, recorded June, 2017. Interview on Book, Next Generation Infrastructure, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, April 4, 2016. “Green Building Beginnings, New York City,” Podcast interview by Yetsuh Frank, The Building Energy Exchange, recorded December 12, 2014. “Oculus Quick Take: Podcast interview, “On Next Generation Infrastructure.” Interview by Miguel Baltierra, AIA, New York Chapter, June 8, 2014. “Obama to Speak at Tappan Zee Bridge,” Television interview, News 4 New York, http://www.nbcnewyork.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Obama-to-Highlight-Need-for-Infrastructure-Spending-inTappan-Zee-Speech_New-York-259140951.html, May 13, 2014. “Hurricane Sandy: Moving Forward.” Study with the Best. CUNY TV, Panel Discussion, City University Television, http://www.cuny.tv/show/studywiththebest/PR2001373, November 25, 2013. “The Four Premises of Sustainable Infrastructure,” The Post Carbon Institute, Video interview, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svRJr5QN7p8, Berkeley, CA, November 4, 2010. “Greening the Public Right-of-Way,” National Public Radio. Podcast interview, http://loe.org/shows/segmentprint.html?programID=06-P13-00031&segmentID=2&x=18&y=18, June 10, 2005 and August 2, 2006. “Community-based, Community-scaled Design,” Planners Network: Progressive Planning, Winter 2006. “Brown on Green,” Oculus Magazine, Publication of the AIA New York Chapter, Spring 2005. “Teaching Green: Design with Values,” Metropolis Magazine, interview by Susan Szenasy, http://www.metropolismag.com/December-1969/Teaching-Green-at-ICFF-2002/, September 2003. Tess Taylor, “The Big Green Apple,” Article and interview. Metropolis Magazine, January 2002. “Green Buildings for New York City,” The Chunichi Simbun, Nagoya, Japan daily. June 8, 1999.

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS National Science Foundation, Research Coordination Network. Status: funded. “Sustainable Cities - People, Infrastructures and the Energy-Climate-Water Nexus,” 3-Day Workshop, Participating researcher, presenter and discussant, August 16-18, 2012, $ 2,500. PSC-CUNY Research Award Program (Traditional B), TRADB-45-295, “Community- based Infrastructure:” Feasibility Analysis for a Pilot Program in Rural Haïti. $ 5,889, July 14, 2014. National Science Foundation, Industry/University Cooperative Research Center, “Sustainable Integration of Buildings and Sites (SIBS).” Status: funded. Participating proposer only, 2011. Urban Transportation Research Center, CUNY, UTRC Faculty Development Minigrant, Faculty Development Mini-grant, “Towards Multiplex Infrastructure,” $5,000, Calendar year 2010.

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Industry boards GroundWork, USA. Member, Board of Directors, 2017 to Present Urban Green Council, (NYC Chapter USGBC), Founding Board Member and Vice-President, New York, NY, 2000 to 2008. U.S. Green Building Council, (National Organization) Member, Board of Directors, Washington D.C., 1998 to 2001. Healthy Schools Network, Member, Board of Directors, Albany, NY, 2002 to 2008.

Government Panels State of Connecticut, Co-author with Connecticut Fund for the Environment. Green Building Tax Credit Legislation. Draft Bill # 7377 Progressive model for green building and smart-growth tax incentives (failed to pass), 2007. New York State Assembly Committees on Health, Education and Environment, Spoken and written testimony, environmental and health costs and benefits of high performance schools, New York, NY, March 12, 2004. City of St. Louis, Missouri, Local Government Workshop, “Green Building/Government Leadership,” St. Louis, MO, November 25, 2002. Office of the Governor, New York State, Executive Order 111, State-wide green building initiative, “Green and Clean facilities” State of New York, Co-Author and consultant, with senior New York State Executive officials, Albany, NY, Issued June 10, 2001. High Performance Building Initiative, Salt Lake City, Utah, Green consultant to the Mayor and the Director of City Planning, an inter-departmental approach to greening municipal and city-funded facilities, funded by The Utah Energy Office, US DOE Rebuild America, Salt Lake City, UT, 2001 to 2002. U.S. Congressional Breakfast for the U.S. Green Building Council, Author, written and spoken testimony. “New York City as Exemplary, Pro-active Municipality Pursing Benefits of Green Buildings.” Washington, D.C., May 25, 1999.

Conference boards, panels, workshops, etc. Symposia / Conference Organizer Curator, M.S. in Urban Sustainability Lecture Series, “Rebalancing Flows in the Post-Industrial City,” conceived, organized and hosted four industry leaders in sustainable practice, Spring 2012. Executive Committee Member, New York State Sustainability Working Group, Conceived and organized 2-day workshop to expand sustainability literacy and advance policies to support sustainability programs, Syracuse, NY, 2011 to 2012. City University of New York, Institute for Urban Systems, Advisory Committee, Sustainable Transportation Conference, New York, NY, Spring 2010. Curator, Spring Public Lecture Series “Crossing Boundaries,” Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture (SSA), Conceived, organized and hosted eight industry leaders, sustainable design, Spitzer School of Architecture, annual public lecture series, New York, NY, Spring 2010.

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Symposia / Conference Organizer Co-Chair, with William Solecki, CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities, CUNY Environmental Sciences Workshop, New York, NY, November 2010. Symposium Host/ Organizer/Producer and Speaker, “Building Green: Smart Places for the Public Realm,” Harvard University, Graduate School of Design. Two-day symposium with nationwide public officials, Harvard faculty and administration, others, Cambridge, MA, May 14 to 15, 2000. City of New York, Internal University, Organizer/instructor with guest lecturers, “Basics of Sustainable Design,” a 15-lecture series open to public sector employees citywide, New York, NY, 1999 to 2001. Workshops: One - Two Days Columbus Ohio Chapter, AIA Faculty, One Day Green Building Workshop, Columbus, OH. July 12, 2007. City of Chicago, Workshop for executive and senior staff, Mayor’s Office, Department of Environment, on high performance infrastructure. Chicago, IL, January 25 and 26, 2006. Mayors’ Institute on City Design, Great Schools by Design, Presenter/ workshop participant. Washington D.C., July 11, 2005. Institute for Public Leadership & Public Affairs, North Kentucky University, Half-day Workshop, “Best Practices for Greening the Public Right-of-way,” Highland Heights, KY, April 7, 2007. U.S. Green Building Council Federal Summit – State and Local Workshop. Panelist, Greening Municipal Capital Programs. Washington D.C. May 30, 2002.

Review panels Service on Design Competition Juries: Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure Member of Advisory Team, Buckminster Fuller Challenge Award 2014, New York, NY, 2014. Buckminster Fuller Challenge. New York, NY April 2, 2010. Juror, and awards ceremony speaker at the National Press Club, Washington D.C., April 3, 2010. Connecticut AIA Chapter, Annual Design Awards, Jury Member, New Haven, CT, November 2012. U.S. Chamber of Commerce/Siemens Sustainable Community Awards, Juror, March 2010. 2007 Congress for New Urbanism Charter Awards Juror, entries by ten U.S. cities, Washington, D.C., March 2007. AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE)/ Boston Society of Architects/Sustainable Design Awards Program, Juror, Boston, MA, April 2005. Green Ground Zero Competition, Visioning sustainable development for Lower Manhattan, Juror, New York, NY, Spring 2004.

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Service on Design Competition Juries: Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure, cont. American University in Beirut, International Design Competition, Juror for award of the design of the University’s Hostler Center, Lebanon, Beirut, September 2002. Boston Society of Architects/ AIA COTE, Green Building Design Awards Juror, Boston, MA, May 2005.

Editorial panels and/or agencies, journals or presses for whom the candidate is a reviewer The Post Carbon Institute, publications review on infrastructure. The Design Trust for Public Space, Reviewer, guidelines publications. Environmental Defense Fund & Natural Resources Defense Council, Joint Publication.

OTHER CREATIVE WORK Consulting, 2001 to Present, Principal, New Civic Works New Civic Works, Sustainability Master Planning and Green Building Consulting City of Boston, Boston Redevelopment Authority, in association with Positive Energies, LLC, advisory to Boston’s City-wide Energy Master Plan on ‘next generation’ systems configuration, 2015. Devils Thumb Ranch, Tabernash Co. Integrated systems architect, in association with Positive Energies, LLC, Developed master plan for integrated campus net-zero energy, renewable heating and cooling, water treatment, waste management, (project in construction), 2014. GEM (Global Energy Model) Institute, Co-Founder with Daniel Gregory, P.E. Feasibility scope of work for $ 1.1 million energy master plan, funded by the Government of Haiti, master plan, 2012. City of New York, School Construction Authority, Peer Review Consultant (multiple reviews), New Net-Zero Energy School, P.S. 62, Staten Island, NY, 2010 to 2011. Poets House, New premises, Battery Park City, LEED and green building consultant of this LEED Gold Certified Commercial Interior, (June 2011), New York, NY, 2008 to 2011. Sunset Park Vision Plan, Brooklyn, NY, for the NYC Economic Development Corporation, with EDAW, developed master plan for transportation, industry and public improvement, 2008 to 2009. Battery Park City Authority, New Ballfields and associated park design, Green consulting, New York, NY, 2009 to 2010. Scenic Hudson, Eco-hotel/ Conference Center, master plan and phase I park design in Beacon NY. Green advisory consultant directly to Scenic Hudson, Beacon, NY, 2002 to 2009. Maharam New Headquarters, Green building consulting, for architect Fernlund + Solveig, Hauppauge, NY, 2008 to 2009. Sunset Park Master Plan, Sustainability guidelines for the NYC Economic Development Corporation’s framework for development of public and private properties in this community, with EDAW, Brooklyn NY, 2007 to 2008.

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Consulting, 2001 to Present, Principal, New Civic Works, cont. New York Power Authority (NYPA), Sustainability Master Plan. consultant to in final development and rollout of this 5 Year Sustainability Master Plan, 2006 to 2008. Trinity-Pawling School, Dining Hall renovation, Green building consulting, Kent, CT, 2007 to 2008. Randalls Island Sports Foundation, sustainability consulting on new sports areas and ballfields, New York, NY, 2008. New York University, Green consulting, Gallatin Hall classroom and administration building, (with Steven Winters Associates), New York, NY, 2007 to 2008. Trinity Real Estate, Sustainability master plan for TRE’s real estate portfolio and streetscape for a future Business Improvement District, with Buro Happold P.C., New York, NY, 2006 to 2007. Governors Island Preservation & Education Corporation (GIPEC), Sustainable design consultant to Master Planner, EDAW, for development of the GIPEC Master Plan, New York, NY, 2006 to 2007. Kresge Foundation, with the NonProfit Finance Fund, Green building consulting for workshop development, “Green Building Executive Training Program for Non-Profits Organizations,” Video production, Troy, MI. 2005 to 2007. Princeton University Apartments (Hibben Magie buildings), Green building consulting, Rothschild, Kaiserman & Bee, Princeton, NJ, 2006. State of New York, State University Construction Fund (SUCF): Initiated and developed Green Building Guidelines for SUNY Buffalo to serve as a template for SUNY-wide implementation of New York State Executive Order 111, incorporating concerns of the Dormitory Authority, SUNY and SUCF, 2002 to 2004.
 City of New Haven, Schools Construction Program. Initiated and produced comprehensive, high performance energy and resource efficient design standards for the City’s public schools. Guidelines emphasize energy efficiency, indoor air quality and daylighting for a $ 1.15 billion 10 year construction effort. Provided sustainable design consulting and facilitation on ten new schools as part of an implementation phase, 2003 to 2008. City of New Haven, New Schools Construction Program, Program-wide Green Building consulting, schematic design through design development, New Haven, CT, on the following schools: 2003 to 2007. Coop Arts/Humanities High School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2005 to 2006. New Columbus School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2005 to 2006. Jepson School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2005 to 2006. New Sheridan School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2004 to 2005. Troup School, Renovation/addition, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2004 to 2005. Worthington Hooker New School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2004 to 2005. Hooker School renovation, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2004 to 2005. New Beecher School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2003 to 2004. Clinton School, renovation/addition. Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2003 to 2004. New Barnard School, Green building consulting, New Haven, CT, 2003 to 2004. Menomonee Valley Development Authority, Development of guidelines for sustainable buildings and infrastructure for economic development guidelines in the Menomonee Valley, Milwaukee, WI, 2002 to 2003.

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Consulting, 2001 to Present, Principal, New Civic Works, cont. State of New York, State University Construction Fund (SUCF): Initiated and developed Green Building Guidelines for SUNY Buffalo to serve as a template for SUNY-wide implementation of New York State Executive Order 111, incorporating concerns of the Dormitory Authority, SUNY and SUCF, 2002 to 2004.
 Leadership Projects, Founding Director/ Assistant Commissioner NYC Office of Sustainable Design Initiated first comprehensive green building program for NYC, including guidelines development, multiple research manuals (e.g. Green Roofs, Construction Waste Management, Landscaping guidance on NYC projects); developed lecture series, conducted advocacy and outreach. Led development of the following sustainable design projects through implementation: Queens Botanical Garden Visitors Center, First LEED Platinum Rated Green Building in NYC, Sustainability lead, conceptual design, Queens, NY, 1999 to 2000. Bronx County Hall of Justice, Sustainability lead, Bronx, NY, 1997 to 2001. New South Jamaica Branch Library, Sustainability lead, Queens, NY, 1997 to 1999. Brooklyn Children’s Museum Renovation/Addition, Sustainability lead, Brooklyn, NY, 1998 to 1999. Children’s Center, Administration for Children’s Services, Sustainability lead, New York, NY, 1998 to 1999. New York Hall of Science Addition, Sustainability lead, Queens, NY, 1997 to 1998. Kensington Branch Library, Sustainability lead, Brooklyn, NY, 1997 to 1998. Seabury Day Care Center, Sustainability lead, Queens, NY, 1997 to 1998 Leadership Projects, Design Director, Department of General Services, City of New York, Courthouse Program: 1994 to 1997. Bronx Housing Court, Bronx, NY. Queens Criminal Court, Queens, NY. Queens Civil Court, Queens, NY. Flushing Regional Branch Library, Queens, NY, 1994 to 1996.

Creative Design Work, Private Practice, Hillary Brown, AIA, Architect. 1979 to 1985 The Day School, New York, Renovation of gymnasium, administrative spaces, and entryway, graphic design, New York, NY, 1981 to 1983. Church of the Heavenly Rest. Renovation, Darlington Chapel, other narthex work. Renovation of chapel into a church library and conference space, millwork and furniture design, New York, NY, 1980 to 1982. Commercial office renovation, Executive Telex Service, 4,000 sq. ft. Gut office renovation, New York, NY, 1980. Various Loft renovations, Conway/Regan; Lee Appleton, others, New York, NY, 1979 to 1985. th

Townhouse renovation, 26 West 10 Street, Comprehensive 3-story renovation and garden upgrade, (with Demetri Sarantitis, Architect), New York, NY, 1980 to 1983. Battle of White Plains Monument Committee. Conducted survey and authored a Historical House Stabilization Report, White Plains, NY, 1980.

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Community service related to profession Queens Botanical Garden, Member Advisory Board, Queens, NY, 2002 to 2009. Advisory Committee, Bard College Center for Environmental Policy, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, 2000 to 2003. Architectural League, Steering Committee, Young Architects Program, New York, NY, 1980 to 1982. Alliance of Women in Architecture, Coordinating Committee member, New York, NY, 1979 to 1980.

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES Current Courses City College, M.S. Sustainability in the Urban Environment; Spitzer School of Architecture SUS 7100C Cities and Sustainability: introduction to urban ecology Core Lecture Course: In “Cities and Sustainability,” I introduce theories of urban ecology as the interaction of diverse built and natural systems affecting urban morphology and regulating the urban “metabolism” (flows of matter and energy). Sustainability metrics for global cities are critically examined. SUS 7400A Case Studies in Sustainability: Integrated Infrastructures Seminar: “Integrated Infrastructure” deepens the inquiry into the nature of urban systems, focusing on socio-technical regimes of energy, water, waste, transport and sanitation. The dynamics of urban metabolism are explored, emphasizing the means to achieving states of “sufficiency.” Simultaneously, the co-productions of public services are understood through the metaphor of “infrastructural ecology,” a systems perspective that examines cross-sector linkages among critical services that help to close resource and energy loops and optimize synergies. The course highlights opportunities to rethink infrastructure for the developing world, putting in place critical infrastructure that avoid many of the negative externalities associated with infrastructure of the industrial-world. ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO TEACHING ARCH 51000 – Advanced Design Studio This studio explores two interrelated challenges regarding sustainable urban infrastructure: first, ways to reduce the sizeable ecological footprints of our critical services—our energy, transit, water, and sanitation operations, and second, the capacity of architectural design, with its sensitivity to environmental, social, and political context, to beneficially integrate these large technical facilities into the fabric of neighborhoods and the broader cultural landscape.

ADVISING & MENTORING ACTIVITIES Academic advising Co-Advisor, Doctoral Thesis, Gaia Scaramelli, “The Future Motorway: Design Strategies for Next Generation Infrastructure, University of Trento, Italy, Department of Civil Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, Fall 2017 CCNY Visiting Scholar, February 2018. Capstone Project Advisor, M.S. Sustainability in the Urban Environment, “The Solar Roof Pod in Context: Inhabited Rooftops and the Implication for PlaNYC 2030, New York City’s Long Term Sustainability Plan,” students, Dominic Alberto, Lia Kelerchian, George Smith, Alex Vlachokostos, Spring 2010 to Summer 2011.

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Advising and Mentoring Activities, Cont.: Capstone Project Advisor, M.S. Sustainability in the Urban Environment, “An Ecology of Urban Infrastructure in Spring Creek, Jamaica Bay, NYC, students: Alvis Yuen, Kohinoor Begum, Stephanie Ingber and Nanette Navarro, Spring 2016 through Fall, 2016. Capstone Project Advisor, M.S. Sustainability in the Urban Environment, with Professor Robert Paaswell, “Sustainable Recycling Program & Multi-Purpose Recycling Center for Coronel, Chile,” students, Arthur Getman and Álvaro Muñoz Hansen, Fall 2013 to Spring 2014 Spitzer School of Architecture with the Grove School of Engineering, Consultative role in the student entry into the 2011 National Renewable Energy Lab/Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, Student design/build project for a transportable zero-energy house. Fundraising, design and construction of self-sufficient modular house, exhibited in Washington D.C., Faculty Co-Adviser, Studio rd environmental consultant, 3 Year, other activities, Fall 2009 to 2011. Academic Adviser to all Matriculated Architecture Track Students, M.S. Sustainability in the Urban Environment, (average 14 students/year), 2010 to Present. Fulbright Students, Faculty Advisor, Logman Arja, 2014 to Present, Yulia Dzyuban, 2013 to 2015. Member, Dissertation Committee, Ph.D candidate Sonay Aykan, “Green vs. Sustainable: Analyzing and Expanding Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design,” New Jersey Institute of Technology, School of Architecture, Newark, NJ, 2011 to 2014. Guest Lecturer and Design Juror Studios, Classes and Seminars, 1997 to present New Jersey Institute of Technology, School of Architecture, April 16, 2015 Columbia University, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, NY, NY, March 2, 2015; October 30, 2010; New Jersey Institute of Technology, April 11, 2013/ May 19, 2010, Newark/ NJ, February 4, 2004 Columbia University School for International & Public Affairs, New York, NY, November 8, 2010. New York University, Department of Urban Studies, New York, NY October 16, 2008. University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Cincinnati, OH, Art & Planning, April 6, 2007 University of Utah School of Architecture, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2, 2006/ April 16, 2001. Pratt Institute School of Architecture, November 25, 2008/ February 2, 2008/ November 13, 2006/ April 18,2005. University of Hawaii, School of Architecture and Planning, February 14, 2002. Washington University School of Architecture, St. Louis, MO, October 15, 2002. Parsons /The New School, New York, NY, October 21, 2002. Dessau Institute of Architecture, Dessau, Germany, May 18, 2001. Harvard University, School of Public Health, Cambridge, MA, April 21, 2001.

SERVICE AT THE CITY COLLEGE AND THE CITY UNIVERSITY Service and contributions in leadership positions (e.g. Chair, Program Director, etc.) Director, Architecture Track, new Master of Science in Sustainability program, Coordination of Spitzer faculty fall and spring offerings, new course development, 2009 to Present Other Presentations and Lectures at CUNY CUNY Crest Institute Summer Program “Integrated Approach to Urban Infrastructure Systems.” June 13, 2013

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SERVICE AT THE CITY COLLEGE AND THE CITY UNIVERSITY, cont. CUNY – City-on-City: “Greening the NYC Public Realm.” May 6, 2013. Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education. City University of New York, Office of Facilities Design, Construction & Management. Invited speaker. “Towards Net-Zero Energy Buildings for Universities,” New York, NY, February 21, 2012.

Service on Departmental, Divisional, College, and University-wide committees Member, Executive Committee Master of Science, Sustainability in the Urban Environment. Development of the Master of Science, Sustainability in the Urban Environment program. Led in formulating overall logistics for this new program’s start-up program, including planning, necessary curriculum re-formulation, policy on admissions, prerequisites. Helped develop governance strategies for coordination across three schools. Led development and production of M.S. Program brochure, 2009 to Present. Member, Personnel and Budget Committee, Spitzer School of Architecture, 2009 to Present. Member, Curriculum Committee, Spitzer School of Architecture, Representing M.S. Architecture Track, Sustainability curriculum; Development of SSA’s internal assessment plan, 2009 to Present. Member, Curriculum Committee, Spitzer School of Architecture, 2009 to Present. Integration of sustainability considerations into the undergraduate studio sequence, development of new electives (shared with the M.S., Sustainability in the Urban Environment Program), 2009 to Present Member, Town + Gown Research Agenda Task Force, City of New York, Department of Design and Construction, 2011 to 2012. Member, Spitzer School of Architecture Search Committee for Director, Max Bond Center. May 2011. Member, Spitzer School of Architecture Search Committee Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture, February, 2011. Member Advisory Committee, CCNY Sustainability Task Force, 2010.

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updated March 2018

Cv hillary brown 2018  

updated March 2018

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