Lisa brings her expertise in sustainable planning and green building performance gap issues to her work with a range of academic, government, and private sector actors. She holds a PhD in urban sustainability and is proficient in sustainable neighbourhood and green building post-occupancy assessments, including occupant interactions with green technologies and the needs of building operators and managers.
Lisa has considerable experience in municipal climate change planning for emissions reductions and adaptation strategies to the building and neighbourhood scales. She is versed in strategies for community engagement in planning and decision making in climate, energy, and sustainability. An excellent writer and communicator, Lisa’s background makes her highly proficient in integrating and communicating ideas from across diverse sectors and disciplines.