Jacqueline Hart

Sr. Manager, Energy & Carbon


Jacqueline is the Senior Manager of Energy & Carbon within the Programs & Innovation team. She is responsible for developing and evolving ILFI’s standards as they relate to interconnected energy and carbon topics such as operational and embodied carbon, EUI targets, LCAs, renewables, and more. Jacqueline also leads ILFI’s Energy & Carbon Technical Advisory Group, bringing together experts from across the industry to share knowledge and create change.

Originally from Massachusetts, Jacqueline received her Bachelor of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering at George Washington University in Washington DC. Jacqueline has focused her career on sustainability in the built environment. She has unique experiences in both the design and construction of high-performance buildings. She has helped design buildings with reduced embodied carbon, innovative renewable energy systems, and verified healthier products. As an engineer with on-site experience she has insight into how the combination of structural and architectural requirements, supply chains, and on-the-ground conditions come together to create sustainable buildings. Jacqueline is an advocate for equitable sustainable design and is excited to be a part of the rapidly expanding industry. Outside of work Jacqueline enjoys pottery, soccer, gardening, and traveling.