Grace Cameron LEED GA
Grace uplifts health and environmentally conscious design with enthusiasm and precision, drawing from diverse professional experience that has spanned a decade and three continents. As a building performance analyst at evolveEA, Grace supports projects in pursuit of sustainability certifications through pre-design planning, design and construction documentation, advocacy, and strategic consulting. She is currently working on certifications for major institutions, offices, and hospitals, as well as greenhouse gas and waste audits. Prior to joining evolveEA, Grace worked on the Pittsburgh International Airport Terminal Modernization Program as a sustainability project coordinator, providing stakeholder engagement support, best practice guidance, benchmarking analysis, and recommendations on compliance with sustainability frameworks including LEED, Parksmart, WELL, and the 2030 District Challenge.
Grace holds a B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Global Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and a dual MBA and Master of Sustainability degree from Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability & the Environment. Grace also completed an internship with the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, and currently is enrolled in the École des Ponts Business School’s Certified Circular Economy Specialist program. She has lived and worked in 4 countries including the US, Turkey, Kuwait, and the UAE.