By UW Sustainability | May 17, 2022
Lisa Dulude and family

Lisa comes to the University of Washington from Snohomish County, where she served as the county’s Energy and Sustainability Manager for the last 12 years. At Snohomish County, Lisa led a team of eight staff in the county’s Office of Energy and Sustainability, overseeing climate action and sustainability planning, energy and resource conservation programs, the Weatherization Program, Energy Smart Loan Program, and Savvy Septic Program. Prior to joining Snohomish County, Lisa worked in the private sector as a planning consultant. She also served as an AmeriCorps VISTA for a Denver based non-profit.

Lisa Dulude
Lisa Dulude

Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, and a master’s degree in Urban Design and Planning (UDP) from UW. She is a certified Sustainable Building Advisor (SBA). In her spare time, Lisa enjoys spending time outdoors cycling, hiking, camping, and going on adventures with her husband and two sons. She is also a huge UW volleyball fan, and tries to go to as many games as she can (Go DAWGS!)

As part of UW Facilities Sustainability Team, Lisa is looking forward to collaborating with UW students, faculty, staff, and the community to help lead innovative and equitable solutions around sustainability. Reach out to Lisa with questions, comments, or to meet and discuss your ideas! Email: