Leigh Stringer, LEED AP, is a workplace strategy expert and researcher whose work has been covered recently by BBC News, The Globe and Mail, Fortune, CNN and Good Morning America (more buzz here). She works for EYP, an architecture and engineering firm.  She is the author of two bestselling books, The Green Workplace: Sustainable Strategies that Benefit Employees, the Environment and the Bottom Line and  The Healthy Workplace:  How to Improve the Well-Being of Your Employees—and Boost Your Company’s Bottom Line.

Leigh Stringer works with corporate, government, higher education and institutional clients to help them create sustainable and high-performing workplace environments that enhance well-being and human performance. She has worked with, among others, Google, Cisco, Under Armour, LG, Johnson & Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Bank of America, Zurich Financial, Ernst & Young, American Express, The MITRE Corporation, the Architect of the U.S. Capitol, the British House of Commons, the U.S. General Services Administration, the World Wildlife Fund, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Columbia University, Baylor University, Washington University in St. Louis and Heathrow Airport.

Leigh is currently collaborating with Harvard University’s School of Public Health, the Center for Active Design in New York, and the American Institute of Architects Washington DC Chapter on Health and Well-being to create new tools, connect like minds and blur the boundaries across industries in order to advance our improve our well-being at work.

Leigh is on the board of directors of a new non-profit, Global Women for Wellbeing, an organization that aims to give women a voice to create better health and wellbeing for themselves, their businesses, and their communities.

Leigh has a Bachelor of Arts, a Masters of Architecture and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. Leigh lives with her husband and two daughters in Washington, DC.