Joyce Lee, FAIA, LEED Fellow
FAIA, LEED Fellow, WELL AP
Joyce Lee, FAIA, LEED Fellow, is President of IndigoJLD, providing green health, benchmarking and resiliency planning services for exemplary projects and communities. She is among a group of 300 LEED Fellows worldwide. Joyce recently served on the board of trustees of the LEED Gold certified Grand Rapids Art Museum and is serving as a faculty advisor to the Wharton Business School’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership.
She has been a Fellow at the National Leadership Academy for Public Health and one of the first LEED accredited professionals in New York City. Joyce served under two NYC mayors. She was the Chief Architect at the New York City OMB overseeing the survey of major city-owned buildings (over 200 million sq.ft.) and waterfronts with the goals of enhancing long-term planning and identifying green design and development opportunities. During her tenure, the program grew over 25%. The Active Design Guidelines, a publication she co-authored, had won recognition from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as well as the Sustainable Building Industry Council.
Joyce is the recipient of numerous awards including the HHS Good Neighbor Award, Platinum Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies, the President's Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York State, and the Aga Khan Award from Harvard/MIT.