Alice Sung is Principal of Greenbank Associates, a green building and sustainability consultancy she founded in 2004. As a licensed architect with over 25 years of experience, Alice has facilitated the greening of dozens of public, private, and educational facilities, including LEED Platinum certified buildings and CHPS Verified schools. She has led successful sustainability workshops over the last two decades, educating and inspiring hundreds of practitioners and students. Championing green schools for the past fifteen years, her work includes: one of the first CHPS- rated schools in the nation, development of DSA’s ‘Grid Neutral’ program, serving on the ‘Schools of the Future’ Task Force, and CHPS Steering and Technical Advisory Committees. She has been a longtime active member of the AIA, USGBC, the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), the Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH), and the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS,) serving in many leadership positions. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley, Master of Architecture from MIT, LEED Accreditation with BD+C specialty, GreenPoint Rater, and ISSP-Sustainability Associate credentials. Working as a change agent, she hopes to drive ZNE/Zero Water/Zero Carbon green buildings and facilitate organizational sustainability in California as broadly as possible, to scale, to make significant GHG reductions, as quickly as possible.