Angelique leads the Urban Innovation Research group within the UBC Sustainability Initiative (USI), which manages a portfolio of interdisciplinary research and educational programs focused on sustainable buildings, urban development and creating the cites of the future. She develops collaborations and partnerships that take advantage of UBC’s growing role as a model for urban sustainability, utilizing demonstration planning, building and infrastructure projects, such as the Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability and the Brock Commons Tallwood House, as sources for innovation and learning. Angelique also oversees outreach and communications related to the research, including teaching opportunities, case studies and other materials to advance sustainable practices and policies.
Angelique holds a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan, and has professional experience in firms in both Canada and the United States. She has been at UBC for eight years, in a variety of roles working at the intersection of research and practice in the built environment. Angelique has recently joined the Canada Green Building Council Leadership Board for the BC Chapter, in the Academia, Education and Research seat. She is a certified Project Management Professional and a LEED Accredited Professional with a specialization in Building Design and Construction.
Presenting | W3: Emerging Areas of Green Building Design in B.C.