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Robin Guenther AIA (“Building health") is a principal at Perkins+Will and senior adviser to Health Care Without Harm. An expert in sustainable healthcare design, Guenther’s projects include leading the expansion of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford and ongoing work with institutions such as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She co-coordinated the “Green Guide for Health Care” and released the second edition of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, with Gail Vittori, in 2013.

 

Alyssa Haywoode (“Case study: Mattapan”) is a freelance writer and former editorial board member of The Boston Globe. She has written about human services, homelessness, immigration, and the arts for The Globe and The Des Moines Register.

 

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George A. Takoudes AIA is a principal at the Boston-based architecture and design practice Isgenuity. Lee Moreau AIA is a principal at Continuum, a global design and innovation consultancy. Walter Robinson MD is a pediatrician, medical ethicist, and writer in Boston.

 

Michael McHugh AIA (“Project recovery”) is a project architect and sustainability expert at Davis Square Architects in Somerville, Massachusetts. He has worked on sustainable design and planning projects, large-scale cultural facilities, multifamily housing, and nonprofit organizations. In 2004 he co-founded the Architecture for Humanity Boston chapter and has chaired it since.