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Congratulations to Julie Hendricks for becoming our newest LEED Fellow!

Congratulations to Julie Hendricks for becoming our newest LEED Fellow!  

Julie is a Vice President and the Director of EcoServices at Kirksey. She has consulted on and managed the LEED process for over 50 projects and many building types, adding up to more than 5 million square feet of space. She has been a part of Kirksey’s EcoServices team for ten years and has been a licensed architect for thirteen years. She frequently speaks on the topic of green building, and has written a number of articles and short books on the topic. In 2012, she was chosen as the Ben Brewer Young Architect of the Year by the Houston Chapter of the AIA. Julie is very active in volunteering and advocating for green building throughout Texas; she had held leadership positions in non-profit environmental organizations including the U.S. Green Building Council and the Citizens Environmental Coalition. She has been working on Sustainable Sites Technical Advisory Committee for the USGBC for a year. She has been on the Executive Committee of the Gulf Coast Green conference for nine years, as Chair in 2014. Julie has also taught architecture at the Boston Architectural Center and at Prairie View A&M University.