Monday, March 4th from 8pm to 9pm EST
Topic: A Framework: How Intentional Building Design Can Promote Heath & Well-Being
Presenter: Whitney Austin Gray
Whitney Austin Gray, PhD, LEED AP, WELL AP, WELL Faculty
Dr. Gray brings over a decade of expertise as an international leader in the intersection of health and built environment. At Delos, she leads the Delos Insights team focused on conducting industry research and supporting industry adoption of healthy building practices. She led the development of the first case studies focused on the WELL Building Standard, and helped to launch over 100 educational and training sessions related to WELL in over 25 countries, reaching over 15,000 design and health professionals.
Prior to joining Delos, Dr. Gray served as the Health Research and Innovation Director for Cannon Design, a global healthcare design firm, where she oversaw the company’s primary and secondary research, prototyping and innovation platforms. Before her tenure with Cannon Design, she led building science research at the MedStar Institute for Innovation. She holds dual appointments as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Georgetown School of Nursing & Health Studies and the Department of Urban and Regional Planning.
Join us for this informative webinar, focused on the role of building design on mental health and well-being. The WELL Building Standard is the first building certification system in the world specifically tied to promoting health and well-being. Dr. Whitney Gray, who leads Delos Insights, will present the health research that informs the WELL Building Standard as well as discuss specific examples of design strategies linked to mental well-being.