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Evening Program: Fostering Health Leadership-Reclaiming our Health by Shaping our Spaces

February 14 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

$25.00
Speaker for Evening Educational Program.

Are you an everyday leader? Ready to drive change and implement the strategies needed for improving well-being and health – within our buildings, organizations, and communities

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register for eventfor this heart-focused, February 14 evening program at Harris-Stowe State University – William L. Clay Sr. College of Education – hosted in partnership with the National Society of Black Engineers – St. Louis Gateway Chapter, as our 3rd annual partnered educational event!

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PROGRAM DETAILS

Fostering Health Leadership-Reclaiming our Health by Shaping our Spaces

Are your spaces depriving you of health and happiness? The environments where we live, work, and play have been shown through research to have a substantial impact on our productivity, well-being, and health. We need everyday leaders who are willing to drive change and implement strategies for improving our health and well-being within our buildings, organizations, and communities.

Through the lens of the WELL Building Standard™, which is a movement and rating system for promoting health and wellness in buildings, Katherine Osterman will guide us through the latest scientific research and industry best practices to understand the issues and impacts our spaces have on our health. This session explores the leadership of organizations and individuals that is needed to transform our built environment into healthier, happier, and more equitable spaces.

SPEAKER

Evening Program Speaker. REGISTER FOR EVENT.

Katherine Osterman, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, ENV SP, Certification Reviewer, Catalyst Partners

Katherine Osterman is a sustainability leader passionate about human-centered design, health and wellness in the built environment, and nature inspired buildings that restore our world. She has extensive sustainability experience in building design and construction and works as a Sustainability Consultant for Catalyst Partners performing project reviews for LEED and WELL Certifications. She graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics and Applied Physical Analysis from Creighton University and achieved an Executive Masters in Natural Resources from Virginia Tech. Outside of work, Katherine enjoys dancing, painting, volunteering, and spending time in nature hiking and camping.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

You will be able to:

1. Understand the relationship between your physical environment and your productivity, health, and happiness with building performance based solutions from the WELL Building Standard™ Performance Rating system; policy and operation solutions from the Health-Safety Rating system; and health equity and diversity solutions in buildings from the Health Equity Rating system.
2. Examine how WELL Building Standard™ takes urgent climate action within the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and recognize organizations of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) reporting frameworks, along with other sustainability goals that support features of WELL.
3. Define opportunities within WELL Rating Systems and ESG frameworks to advocate for health and wellness and drive change in your workspaces and communities.
4. Organize communication needed through example imperatives of health, wellness, and equity to implement strategies within your organization and communities; interpreting challenges and lessons learned from a WELL v2™ pilot – Platinum Certified Project.

Register for this green building educational program
ADMISSION

  • Free – MO Gateway Green Building Council – Members
  • Free – NSBE St. Louis Gateway Professionals – Members
  • Free – Students
  • $25.00 – NON-Members

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Submitted for AIA CES Approval

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Missouri Gateway Green Building Council is an AIA CES Professional Provider.