June Program

June 8th 2017
Time: 11:45 am
Location: Multnomah Athletic Club

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A New Standard in Building: Keeping People WELL
Join us for a Continuing Education program* presented by Nicole Isle, Chief Sustainability Strategist at Glumac, as she explains WELL, the latest green building certification standard.

More than just the exterior, WELL focuses on the health of the people inside the building, fostering healthier occupants, less turnover, better performance and greater appeal to tenants and residents. Nicole will introduce WELL, the developers behind it, its core healthy building concepts, and the certification process. She will delve into the cost of WELL and how to sell it to building owners and tenants.

CREW’s application for 1 hour of Oregon Continuing Legal Education is pending and 1 hour of Oregon Real Estate Continuing Education is approved.

Nicole Isle, LEED AP BD+C, BADT, Associate
Chief Sustainability Strategist and Living Building Challenge Ambassador has served as a sustainability professional, planner and biological consultant for over 11 years.  Nicole specializes in integrated design strategies for single building and infrastructure scale projects. She is a LEED Accredited Professional, and has managed or provided senior level review for over 70 green building projects and has directed sustainability master plans locally and internationally. A LEED expert as well as trained in a variety of sustainability tools and metrics (e.g., The Natural Step, Regenerative Design, Living Buildings, and Biomimicry), Nicole is an accomplished public speaker, group facilitator, and presenter at conferences and workshops.
An ecosystems thinker at heart, Nicole is a trained Biologist at the Design Table (BaDT) through the Biomimicry Guild and has worked with global corporations to seek new inspiration and solutions from natural models. She is the co-creator of the Oregon Biomimicry Network and close partner with EcoDistricts.
Nicole is a graduate from Oregon State University and Portland State University in Watershed Ecology and holds a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning.


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