Nicole Mae Catino
LEED GA, EcoDistricts AP, WELL AP
Growing up in rural Pennsylvania and globe trotting in her early 20s instilled in Nicole a deep respect for earth’s systems and its diverse peoples. Currently, she enjoys integrating these planetary and interpersonal appreciations by translating building and behavioral science into user-friendly communications. As evolveEA’s Community Engagement Specialist, Nicole brings strategies to elevate stakeholder visioning and participation to projects like the Etna EcoDistrict Plan, and supports evolveEA’s project managers in material deliverables and data collection. She also contributes to the firm’s blog and evolve insights newsletter and manages our greenhouse gas inventory.
Prior to joining evolveEA, Nicole was a Sustainability Fellow with the Student Conservation Association where she worked at PennFuture on residential energy conservation, and at Homewood Children’s Village where she was introduced to the ecodistricts framework. Her engineering background informs her approach to energy efficiency and systems at a variety of scales. Nicole is a LEED Green Associate, EcoDistricts AP, WELL AP, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in both Engineering Studies and German from Lafayette College.