Krista Egger is vice president of Building Resilient Futures at Enterprise Community Partners.
At Enterprise, Krista manages national sustainability efforts, including the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, the nation’s only national green building program designed explicitly for green affordable housing construction. She led the technical development and public roll-out of the 2015 and 2020 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, and provides strategic oversight for its certification program and Health Action Plan framework, which pairs public health professionals with affordable housing development teams. Krista leverages the Enterprise Green Communities platform, climate disaster response work and cultural resilience programming to deploy equitable climate resilience solutions across the country.
Krista has more than 15 years of experience leading energy efficiency and healthy housing initiatives with affordable housing stakeholders. Prior to Enterprise, she directed Advanced Energy’s Affordable Housing business unit, which provides program and building science expertise. She led the award-winning guaranteed-performance SystemVision program and consulting services with Habitat for Humanity International, NeighborWorks and utility clients.
Krista serves on the Network for Energy, Water and Health in Affordable Buildings (NEWAHB) Advisory Council, Oberlin EnviroAlums Steering Committee, and the Building Performance Institute (BPI) Board of Directors.
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