Dr. Jennie Moore recognized for sustainability work

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Dr. Jennie Moore (centre) with BCIT President Kathy Kinloch and Dr. William Rees, ‎Professor Emeritus at UBC School of Community and Regional Planning.

Dr. Jennie Moore, Associate Dean, Building Design and Construction Technology in the BCIT School of Construction and the Environment, has received the prestigious YWCA Women of Distinction Award in Environmental Sustainability for 2017. Jennie was recognized for—among other things—leading BCIT’s sustainability policy, facilitating the development of new educational programs and credentials to meet the needs of BC’s emerging green economy, and launching Metro Vancouver’s Sustainable Region Initiative.

An accomplished and recognized global leader in sustainability whose work and leadership has received local, national and international acclaim, Jennie launches sustainability-focused industry practices and educational standards that make our community a better place in which to live and work. A LEED-accredited professional, Jennie’s work received an Environmental Citizenship Award from the federal government for her groundbreaking Employee Trip Reduction program. Congrats, Jennie!

2 thoughts on “Dr. Jennie Moore recognized for sustainability work”

  1. Wow this is great! Jennie I have done a little work with Andrea Linsky in this area of sustainably focused building practices and I think you and BCIT are doing such great work. I am really thrilled you received this award.

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