Healthy Building Strategies: Putting Sustainability & People First


Sustainability Meets Cost
Savings + Stellar Ratings

Interested in measuring how your building is contributing to your goals? Looking for solutions to raise the bar on community satisfaction and sustainability? What about reducing costs?

We know you have questions.

Get them answered at Healthy Building Strategies, a moderated discussion with live Q&A featuring two of the brightest minds in healthy communities: Grant Morgan and Joanna Frank.

In this session geared toward executives, administrators, and facilities leaders, learn how a people-driven approach to buildings can lower costs, improve sustainability and productivity, and raise the bar on occupant satisfaction.

Topics covered include:

  • Driving cost savings with innovative operational strategies
  • Raising health standards while meeting sustainability goals
  • The effects of indoor environments on your people and your bottom line
  • Why healthy environments are no longer a nice to have, but a must
  • Answers to your most pressing questions

Don’t miss out on this lively discussion and innovative learning session.

Our Panelists


Joanna Frank

Joanna Frank is the Founding President & CEO of the Center for Active Design (CfAD), where she advances design and development practices to foster healthy and engaged communities.


Grant Morgan

Grant Morgan is the Co-Founder of technology company, R-Zero—dedicated to establishing a new standard of health via the built environment.


Dean Stanberry

Dean Stanberry

As the First Vice Chair of the IFMA Global Board of Directors, Dean helps further the association’s mission to help Facility Management professionals perform at the highest level.

“We can see from the research and we can see from the data that there is a direct correlation between building performance, financial performance, and optimizing a building for the health of its occupants"

- Joanna Frank

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