Organization: Verdacity LLC
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Kris is an Architect, LEED Fellow, USGBC Faculty, WELL AP, GPCP, Biomimicry Specialist and Founder of Verdacity, LLC. She has been a registered architect since 1999, and a LEED AP since 2002. As a member of the first class of LEED Fellows, Kris has been recognized to convey established leadership, mentorship, advocacy and technical expertise in the green building industry. As USGBC Faculty, she provides curated workshops to progress industry knowledge of the LEED Rating System. Her WELL AP credential signifies advanced knowledge in human health and wellness in the built environment. As a Guiding Principles Compliance Professional (GPCP), Kris effectively implements the adoption of sustainability initiatives among federal agencies. To broaden her experience of and approach to integrative design in the field of architecture, she studied with Biomimicry 3.8 and attained the designation of Biomimicry Specialist. Kris has held positions on various boards and served as adjunct faculty at the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning teaching a course in sustainability.
Why are you motivated to participate in the Health Leaders Network? How will your participation enhance your current and future work?
I am looking forward to connecting with leaders across disciplines that are interested in linking human health with the design of buildings and communities.