Sustainability Manager at SIG – Elizabeth (Libby) Dunne



Libby Dunne is a member of SIG’s Sustainability Team and is based in San Francisco, CA. Her primary focus is within the health and wellness space, as she is primarily responsible for managing WELL and Fitwel projects, in addition to managing portfolios pursuing the WELL Health Safety Rating. She also helps to manage a variety of LEED projects, with a focus on BD+C and ID+C. Within each project she ensures that necessary information is obtained and verifies compliance through documenting and evaluating key data. Libby also teaches LEED Green Associate exam prep live courses with GBES.
Originally from San Francisco, Libby graduated from Emory University with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Environmental Science. Throughout college, Libby has worked on various research projects. Most notably, she worked on published work regarding the effects of antibiotics on bumblebee cognitive functioning. Additionally, Libby maintains a variety of credentials, including WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C, Fitwel Ambassador, and ActiveScore AP.
Libby likes to spend her free time hiking, swimming, and being with family and friends. As a certified scuba diver, Libby also has a passion for marine biology and for preserving our natural environment for generations to come.

Show Highlight

  • A combination of degrees in different fields compliment each other perfectly in green building work.
  • Interning is key to expanding your knowledge and for earning credentials that inspire your work.
  • Meld the client communication side with the documentation side of projects to support your clients achieving their goals.
  • ActiveScore AP Credential is a new and interesting credential program for the US.
  • Make positive wellness impacts at the corporate level by reviewing the mind and community sections on a WELL Scorecard with HR teams.
  • Eevie is an app that gives your team a tangible way to support individual sustainability.
  • WELL provides a roadmap of new programs, each with a different focus, that are all focused on health and wellbeing in the built environment.
  • Help your clients get their feet wet in wellness by recommending one of the three WELL ratings as a first step towards pursuing a full WELL Certification.
  • The flexibility of a Fitwel certification meets people where their understanding is as a manageable option for existing buildings.

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