Andrew Lee is a building energy policy advisor and green building practitioner with over 15 years of experience in research and technical consulting on net zero building systems. He is currently a project manager at Architecture 2030, leading efforts on zero carbon building policies through multi-city collaborations in North America and abroad. In Seattle, Andrew has led Living Building Challenge and net zero policy development through serving as a technical advisor to the City of Seattle for the Living Building Pilot Program and previously chairing the Seattle chapter for Cascadia Green Building Council. Andrew currently serves as an auditor for the International Living Future Institute and has previously held roles as a certification reviewer, reference guide content author and trainer.