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Audrey Chang is the 2002 winner of the William W. Whitley Citizen Scholar Prize

Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
September 2, 2002
Audrey Chang

Audrey Chang has a B.S. in Earth Systems, with Departmental and Interdisciplinary Honors and an M.S. in Engineering, Energy Engineering. Her honors thesis is entitled "Green Meets Green: A Study of Energy Consumption in Stanford University Buildings."

Audrey is currently a Manager at Energy Solutions, Oakland, CA where she directs the LEED™ green building certification of the Sun Field Station at Stanford University; manages and supervises the administration of the Cool Roof Rating Council; develops and promotes credible rating system for radiative performance of roof surfaces; educates end-users and code bodies of the economic and environmental benefits of cool roofing; and oversees member services.

She was also the Sustainable Building Guidelines Lead Author for Stanford Land and Buildings and co-wrote Stanford Guidelines for Sustainable Buildings, for sustainable design, construction, and operation of Stanford University facilities. She was a Civil Engineering Teaching Assistant, Stanford; a Photovoltaics Research Intern, Solar Electric Power Association, Washington, DC.; and a Green Building Research Intern, WorldBuild Technologies, San Francisco.

In addition, Audrey was a Coordinator/Teaching Assistant, Eastside College Preparatory Field Studies, East Palo Alto where she directed a team of four teaching assistants in ecological field studies program for underprivileged middle and high school students and a Green Building Conference Organizer planning the symposium, "Greening the Universities: A Focus on Buildings."

Her awards include a LEED™ 2.0 Accredited Professional, U.S. Green Building Council and the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for distinctive contributions to undergraduate education.