Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

May 4 – 6, 2021
Stacey OlsonFitwel Ambassador, EcoDistrict AP, Senior Associate | Director of Sustainable Design Gensler

Named in the 2019 Building Design + Construction Magazine’s class of the top 40 Under 40 professionals for their transformative leadership in the AEC profession, Stacey serves as the Southwest Regional Design Resilience leader and Director of Sustainable Design in the Newport Beach office. Stacey specializes in integrated sustainable design and strategic thinking for all practice areas, including: hospitality, retail, sports, campuses, higher education, corporate headquarters + offices, net zero energy projects, and master planning. Her holistic approach includes facilitatingeco-visioning sessions, managing third party certification; materials and health + wellbeing research, and development of both internal and external educational content.She is a LEED Fellow, certified interior designer, and professionally accredited in EcoDistrictsand Fitwel third party certification programs.

She is the go-to resource for eco charettingfor health and wellbeing, environmental stewardship integration, and third party certification program knowledge, including:LEED, Fitwel, WELL, EcoDistricts, Living Building Challenge, and others. Stacey sits on the Advisory Committee to the Center for Active Design for Fitwel credit content management. Additional extra-curricular involvement includesserving as the EducationChair for NEWH, where she manages sustainable contentfor majorUS Hospitality tradeshows and conferences.Examples of recent project work includea confidential State University project pursuit of the Living Building Challenge certification with the goal of being Net Positive Energy and LEEDv4 Platinum; the Westfield Century City outdoor shopping mall (LEED Gold), Century Plaza Hotel (LEED for Neighborhood & Development), the Banc of California LAFC stadium (LEED BD&C Gold), HugoBoss Boston (LEEDv4 ID&C Gold), andmultiple CBRE locations including the Masonic Temple, to name a few.


NEWH Green Voice presents: Understanding the Value of Material Transparency

5/6/2020 2:00 PM
Location: HD Wellness Pavilion