• NEW CHIEF PLEDGES TO LEAD WORLD GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL TO NEXT LEVEL

    30 April 2015

    WorldGBC terry wills

    Terri Wills has been appointed the new chief executive of The World Green Building Council, a global coalition of more than 100 councils and their 27,000 member companies.

    Wills is currently the director of global initiatives with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, where she has overseen the restructure of the Clinton Climate Initiative cities technical assistance programme. She is a previous director for the Clinton Climate Initiative in London and has worked with the government of Ontario to help develop clean technology. “Through the power of the 100 Green Building Councils, WorldGBC is one of the only global organisations which can truly achieve worldwide impact through the built environment,” she said. Ms Wills will begin her new role on 1 June. Former chief executive Jane Henley left in March after five years.

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