Jennifer DuBose, M.S
Research Associate II, College of Architecture
Location: HSI - Room 210
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Jennifer DuBose joined the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2007 as a research associate supporting evidence-based design for healthcare facilities projects. She is responsible for project development and management. She has been a member of the research faculty in different departments at Georgia Tech for a combined total of eight years, working most recently on green building programs at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. She had the honor of being the EcoSense Program Manager at Interface for five years helping the visionary CEO Ray Anderson create cutting-edge corporate sustainability initiatives. Ms. DuBose left Interface to work on the creation of a greenhouse gas accounting and certification program at the Climate Neutral Network before returning to Georgia Tech in 2002. Ms. DuBose has a master's degree in public policy from Georgia Tech with a focus on sustainable development. After completing her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Oglethorpe University she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Democratic Republic of Congo.