ProfileAs a Sustainability Project Manager for the City of Orlando, Brittany develops, manages, and implements policies and programs related to clean energy and green buildings across the community. Her work spans from implementing the City’s building energy benchmarking and transparency policy, working as a core team member in developing the City’s roadmap to 100% renewable energy by 2050, serving in a co-chair role on a number of national action groups focused on energy efficiency, and supporting the Central Florida Battle of the Buildings energy competition. She also tracks the City’s progress towards climate action and resilience goals through annual greenhouse gas emissions accounting, sustainability reporting for the City’s municipal and community action plans, and various international commitments and indicators, including the Global Covenant of Mayors, and also developed the City’s first climate vulnerability assessment in 2017. She recently earned her PhD in human factors psychology at the University of Central Florida with a research focus on the role of environmental attitudes, awareness, and the built environment on energy saving behaviors. She continues her occupant engagement work throughout a sustainability educational series for City staff and is currently conducting research on understanding occupant behaviors to maximize the savings of the energy and water efficient retrofits being made across more than 50 City buildings.