USGBC Georgia Chrysalis Community
Leadership Awards Celebration
Thursday, November 16, 2023
Interface Headquarters, 1280 W Peachtree Steet, NW, Atlanta, Georgia
About the Chrysalis Celebration
Originally called the Chrysalis Awards, USGBC Georgia created its annual awards program to broaden the conversation between the green building industry and our green community. A chrysalis is the form a caterpillar takes before it emerges from its cocoon as a fully formed moth or butterfly. It is considered a transformational state for insects as they change from a larvae to adult. USGBC's mission is to transform the building market, and our award winners and finalists represent the leading-edge of this transformation and the movement towards green, healthy, resilient buildings for all.
A highly-anticipated annual convening of industry leaders and sustainability advocates from across Georgia, our Chrysalis Awards Celebration includes a ceremony recognizing award recipients and a network reception with drinks and refreshments. Attendees vote to decide which of our awards finalists will take home our prestigious People's Choice Award.
Project Award Finalists
Congratulations to the following finalists. Award recipients will be announced at our Chrysalis Celebration on November 16.
Additional awards will be given out in the following categories: Community Impact, Legacy, and People's Choice. Learn more about our project award finalists.
Brandy Hall founded Shades of Green Permaculture in 2008. Since then, her company has grown to a staff of 20, and has worked with over a thousand clients applying permaculture across contexts. Hall is passionate about leading a purpose-driven business that actively creates a healthier world every single day. Hall’s roots are in building. She earned her General Contractor's license directly after completing undergraduate work at the age of 20, and began training as a stone mason where she fell in love with the way intelligent design responds to the natural world. Hall has nearly two decades of experience in building off-grid water systems, landscape construction, and integrated farming systems. She also serves on the Pine Lake City Council and spends lots of time outdoors with her husband, Aaron, their daughter, and their rambunctious pup, Peanut Butter.
USGBC members - $35
General Admission - $45
Students/Emerging Professionals - $25
About the USGBC Georgia Community Leadership Awards
USGBC Georgia's Community Leadership Awards celebrate excellence from projects, people, and partners that are working to create better buildings and better lives for all in their local community. Awards are given in multiple categories. In order to apply for a USGBC Georgia Award, a project must be located in Georgia.
The nomination period for our 2023 Community Leadership Awards has passed. Sign up for our e-newsletter to receive notification of the 2024 awards cycle. You can learn more about our awards program by viewing past award winners. Contact Dustin Mason with questions.
There are leaders in our communities of all industries engaging in extraordinary work, driving innovation, transforming their industry, and accelerating knowledge exchange around a diversity of sustainability strategies. All these initiatives are environmental movements implemented by a project or person transforming Georgia and the South. Join building professionals and sustainability advocates from across the state to help us recognize these transformational leaders and projects!
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Making Georgia a greener, healthier, more equitable place to live, work & play
Part of USGBC's local community network, USGBC Georgia is leading the transformation of the way we design, build and operate buildings and communities by promoting sustainable practices at the local level. With a mission to use education, advocacy and community outreach to support the development of sustainable buildings and communities, we are committed to a prosperous and sustainable future for Georgia through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings.