Michelle Moore

Michelle Moore is a former White House political official and social enterprise entrepreneur who helped build the US and global green building movement as Senior Vice President of the U.S. Green Building Council. McGraw-Hill’s GreenSource magazine called Michelle a “relentless agent for change.” Michelle has developed and launched new global climate programs for the Clinton Foundation, created multi-billion dollar public-private partnerships for the Obama Administration, and cut red tape and bureaucracy to get legacy infrastructure projects built. Michelle is a board advisor to Groundswell on how to use social enterprise business models to drive social change, a Senior Fellow at the Council on Competitiveness on infrastructure and energy, and Senior Vice President of the International WELL Building Institute. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Arts from Emory University and Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.