Roger Limoges

U.S. Green Building Council

For more than a dozen years, Roger Limoges has been a strong advocate, trusted strategist and articulate spokesperson on some of the most defining, challenging and complex social issues of our time. As the Vice President of Organizational Development at the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Roger works to build a culture of excellence and continuous improvement within the organization with a focus on executive communications, human resources, governance, professional development and special projects, including heading up Project Haiti, USGBC's effort to build a LEED-Platinum orphanage and children's center in Port-au-Prince. As a member of the executive leadership team, Roger regularly advises USGBC's President, CEO and Founding Chair Rick Fedrizzi on critical organizational and mission-based issues. Prior to his current role, Roger served as the organization's first Chief of Staff, working to advance USGBC's powerful mission of green buildings for all within a generation. Roger also served as the Director of Advocacy leading a dynamic team of advocacy professionals who work with the nation's governors, state legislators and mayors to develop and implement innovative advocacy strategies and national programs that engage key public and private sector stakeholders. In that role, Roger oversaw the development of the widely acclaimed 50 for 50 Green School Caucus Initiative, which has achieved national recognition for its efforts to educate state legislators on green schools. Roger serves on the Board of Directors of the Port au Prince based Fondation Enfant Jesus, dedicated to empowering and bettering the orphans and children of Haiti.