Jaclyn Whitaker

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Jaclyn Whitaker

Senior Vice President

International WELL Building Institute
Works in
New York, New York
WELL Faculty

Jaclyn Whitaker serves the Technical Solutions team at the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), where she provides technical resources to project teams with an emphasis on customer support and experience. Prior to joining IWBI, Jaclyn brought extensive sustainability consulting experience with a focus on wellness design to Delos as Director of Project Management. Within the Delos Project Management team, Jaclyn worked closely with design, construction and owner teams to incorporate the WELL Building Standard into projects. Jaclyn also led the design and construction phase of the Well Living Lab at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Previously, Jaclyn led HLW International’s sustainability department, providing LEED and sustainability consulting for HLW projects and has certified many LEED for New Construction and Commercial Interiors projects. Prior to HLW, Jaclyn gained valuable residential design experience as a member of Brooklyn firm Nandinee Phookan Architects and Chicago firm Burns + Beyerl Architects. Jaclyn is a licensed architect and serves on the steering committee of the NY Chapter AIA Commmittee On The Environment (COTE) and Living Building Challenge NYC-NJ Collaborative Chapter. She co-founded the Chicago chapter of Architecture for Humanity and led several projects, including the kitchen renovation of Chicago woman’s shelter Deborah’s Place, where she regularly volunteered. Jaclyn holds a BARCH degree from the University of Kentucky School of Architecture.

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