About Meghan Kleon
Meghan Kleon is a LEED accredited professional exploring sustainable design strategies for historic buildings.
She’s a PhD student in Architecture, a Sustainable Cities Doctoral Initiative Fellow, and the coordinator of the Graduate Portfolio Program in Sustainability at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research is focused on the intersection of sustainable design and historic preservation. She has a BA in Architecture from Miami University (Ohio), an MS in Sustainable Design from the University of Texas at Austin, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. She currently serves on the City of Austin Historic Landmark Commission. Prior to her graduate work at UT Austin, Meghan worked as the Architectural Resource Coordinator for the Cleveland Green Building Coalition (now the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council), where she organized and facilitated the Emerging Green Designers symposium for young design professionals; collaborated with partner agencies to fund, design and produce affordable green housing; and coordinated green building educational programming, including lecture series and green building tours.
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E-mail her: meghankleon [at] gmail [dot] com