Full Name
Lindsey Falasca
Job Title
Director, Net-Zero Federal Buildings
White House Council on Environmental Quality
Speaker Bio
Lindsey Falasca is the Director for Net Zero Federal Buildings at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) in the Office of the Federal Chief Sustainability Officer. Her role is to support implementation of the Biden Administration’s efforts to achieve a net zero emissions Federal building portfolio by 2045, including a 50% reduction by 2032.

Prior to joining CEQ, Lindsey was the inaugural Director of Washington DC's Building Innovation Hub, a program of the Institute for Market Transformation. She oversaw the strategic vision and execution of the Hub’s mission. The Hub provides critical hands-on assistance to building industry professionals as they work to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions to meet DC’s ambitious climate and green building goals. Previously, Falasca spent over a decade working as a commercial architect in and around DC. Falasca holds a bachelor’s of science degree in architecture from the University of Maryland and master’s degrees in both architecture and sustainable design from the Catholic University of America. She is a Registered Architect, LEED BD+C Accredited, and a Fitwel Ambassador.
Lindsey Falasca