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Kath Williams

Asst. to VP
Research, Creativity, & Technology Transfer
Montana State University

This speaker was a visiting speaker who delivered a talk or talks on the date(s) shown at the links below. This speaker is not otherwise associated with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, unless specifically identified as a Berkeley Lab staff member.

 Currently,  am principal of Kath Williams + Associates. Presently I am working on the following projects: Xanterra (Yellowstone Park residential project); Labs21 (global lab survey project); MTS (on-line training in sustainability); USAID-AEP (green building council development project in India); PEPS Guidebook (author of chapter on energy-efficient new construction); PEPS Workshop (Kerala, India, August 2004); Green Building Council of Australia (council/education development advisor); Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (LEED-Existing Buildings pilot project): U.S. Green Building Council (case study development for LEED-Commercial Interiors).In 2003, I was named to the Fulbright Senior Specialist roster in Environmental Science (Sustainability). My first grant was to Australia fall semester where I worked with RMIT and UTS on sustainability across curriculum projects, the Green Building Council of Australia on council development and education/training for their Green Star rating system, and three states/two cities on sustainability policy development. My next assignment is to Argentina and possibly India, where my work for four years has been supported by USAID-AEP. I was honored to serve as the LEED Accredited Professional on the LEED Platinum Green Business Centre (www.greenbusinesscentre.com) and have taught numerous workshops on green buildings. I continue to serve as LEED Faculty - both Intermediate and Advanced.My seven-year term as vice chair of the U.S. Green Building Council ended in January. I continue to serve on the Board's International Task Force and as chair of the LEED Application Guide Committee.