Jocelyn is an experienced sustainability professional and LEED GA whose focus is on creating environmental policy, strategies and innovations for organizations. Before joining CHPS as a contracted Project Reviewer, Jocelyn completed her research as an EDF Climate Corps Fellow with Enterprise Community Partners, the nation’s first green building certification program for affordable housing, by recommending an ambitious target for the reduction of GHG emissions for Enterprise’s new 2020 Criteria. She completed her master’s degree in Harvard University’s Sustainability and Environmental Management program in 2018. Prior to transitioning to her career in sustainability, she produced and built over 150 exhibitions for the Solomon R. Guggenheim and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City and was a key member of the planning team for the $91M, award-winning reimagination of the Cooper Hewitt’s galleries and visitor experience. When not collaborating with teams on their certification projects, she can be found in NYC’s urban forests or waterways, rowing or sailing.