Gail Vittori, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems

The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems

Gail Vittori, LEED Fellow, Co-director of Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, works at the intersection of green building, sustainable development and human health. She is the 2017 Board Chair of Green Business Certification Inc., and served on the U.S. Green Building Council Board of Directors from 2002-2010, including in 2009 as Board Chair. Her work has spanned private and public sector projects, including Principal Sustainability Consultant for the Pentagon Renovation Project, and Sustainable Design/LEED Consultant for numerous healthcare projects, including Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas—the first LEED Platinum hospital in the world—and, currently, Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas. Ms. Vittori is co-author of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, is a Founding Member and currently Vice-Chair of the Health Product Declaration Collaborative Board, and was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She was recognized in July-August 2015 Design Intelligence as one of the five top role models in sustainable or high performance design, and is the recipient of the 2015 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainability.il Vittori, LEED Fellow, Co-director of Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, works at the intersection of green building, sustainable development and human health. She is the 2017 Board Chair of Green Business Certification Inc., and served on the U.S. Green Building Council Board of Directors from 2002-2010, including in 2009 as Board Chair. Her work has spanned private and public sector projects, including Principal Sustainability Consultant for the Pentagon Renovation Project, and Sustainable Design/LEED Consultant for numerous healthcare projects, including Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas—the first LEED Platinum hospital in the world—and, currently, Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas. Ms. Vittori is co-author of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, is a Founding Member and currently Vice-Chair of the Health Product Declaration Collaborative Board, and was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She was recognized in July-August 2015 Design Intelligence as one of the five top role models in sustainable or high performance design, and is the recipient of the 2015 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainability.