Rachel Gutter, the director of the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council, received the World Green Building Council Chairman’s Award this week at the WorldGBC Congress in Stuttgart, Germany. Rachel was honored for her leadership at the forefront of the green schools movement, and working to make healthy, energy-efficient schools accessible to everyone across the globe.
The award was presented by USGBC's President, CEO and Founding Chair Rick Fedrizzi, who said “It is an honor for me to recognize Rachel for her monumental work with the Center for Green Schools, and for driving the conversation behind a need for sustainable environments where our children can learn to the best of their abilities. Rachel’s commitment and influence in the global green building and green schools movement makes her an invaluable leader to our organization.”
We're very proud of all the hard work and countless hours that Rachel has put in to driving this movement forward. Congratulations, Rachel!
To learn more about the WorldGBC Congress and Chairman's Award, you can visit: worldgbc.org