LISA JOHNSON, PRINCIPAL, DLR GROUP ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND INTERIORS, SEATTLE
Throughout her career, Lisa has focused primarily on the planning and design of K-12 education facilities for both public and private school clients. She has a bachelor of architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, and more than 12 years of professional work experience. She is an active member in multiple regional and national professional associations, including the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International (CEFPI) and the American Institute of Architects' Committee on Architecture for Education (AIA-CAE). Along with other professionals at DLR Group, Lisa created and strongly advocates a highly collaborative community design and planning process where a school design is responsive not only to the needs of its students and staff, but also to the school's community as a whole — programmatically, aesthetically and culturally.
STEVE MORLINO, CFM, CEFM, LEED, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS, NEWARK, N.J.
Steve manages 82 schools consisting of 8.8 million square feet of space for Newark Public Schools, Newark, N.J., where he has served as the executive director of facilities management for the past five years. He has 25 years of experience in facilities and operations management of public schools and healthcare institutions. He has a degree in HVAC design and is a New Jersey state-certified educational facilities manager and an internationally certified facility manager. In 2004, he was certified by the U.S. Green Building Council as an accredited LEED professional. He also is a certified fire-safety director, certified exterminator, accredited asbestos inspector and management planner. He is a charter member and president of the Essex/Hudson County Chapter of the New Jersey School Buildings & Grounds Association (NJSB&GA) and heads the Certification Committee for the NJSB&GA. He also is a member of the National School Plant Management Association (NSPMA), the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International (CEFPI) and the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO).
MARTY SHAUB, DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY
At the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Marty's department is responsible for life safety, occupational health and safety, environmental protection and emergency preparedness for the 15,000-acre campus, which includes five hospitals and more than 900 research laboratories. A past chair of the Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association, Marty served on the National Safety Council Board of Directors from 2000 to 2002, and is a founding member of the Utah Emergency Management Association. Marty and her department provided fire- and life-safety compliance assistance and special-event safety support for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, which used the University of Utah campus for its opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the Athlete's Village.