Pittsburgh 2030 District Director
Angelica manages the Pittsburgh 2030 District, including the convening of District Partners, serving as the initiative’s primary spokesperson, and acting as the liaison between GBA and District stakeholders. She is responsible for developing relationships with and supporting new and existing property, community, and resource partners to help meet holistic District goals, as well as designing tools, educational opportunities, and communication strategies for them. She also serves as a GBA spokesperson at public events and community meetings, and within national stakeholder groups, including Architecture 2030 and other 2030 Districts.
Angelica has worked in a variety of capacities within the green building industry, with a focus on existing buildings. She was previously the assistant vice president and sustainability analyst at PNC, where her main emphasis was PNC’s green building program. In that role, she oversaw the implementation of policies and actions utilized to reduce negative environmental impacts at PNC’s retail branches and major buildings, including The Tower at PNC Plaza. Prior to that position, Angelica was the sustainability coordinator at the Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County (owner of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh’s professional sports facilities, and related developments). Among her responsibilities at SEA were LED lighting retrofits in three parking garages and the LEED-EBOM Platinum certification of the convention center. Angelica was also an intern at Green Building Alliance (many years ago)!
Angelica holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, with a concentration in Construction Management and Sustainability.