Lissa Domoracki, LEED AP
Lissa Domoracki's talent lies in bringing multiple stakeholders to the table, guiding them through the issues and advocating for creative solutions and action. She is Metro Strategies' project manager for planning and outreach activities and is putting her skills to use for critical projects for such agencies as CTA, CDOT and IDOT. She holds a Master of Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan.
As a LEED AP for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance, Lissa led project teams to achieve over 30 LEED certifications, directing and overseeing the implementation, documentation and submittal process. This required successful collaboration with various groups of stakeholders, including property management and construction teams, contractors, vendors and tenants. In addition to LEED, Lissa regularly piloted new sustainability programs and certifications, including GRESB, BOMA 360 and TOBY Awards.
Lissa co-authored a research paper on computer-based planning tools and their ability to facilitate complex thinking in stakeholder meetings. As part of her work, she led stakeholder water planning meetings and assisted in the development of GIS water allocation games, which became the subject of the research team analysis. She is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council Illinois Chapter and recently joined the Field Museum Associates Board. Lissa hopes to improve our built environment through her planning and transit-oriented development work, as well as by cultivating an understanding of our regional and national past. Her skills include outreach and advocacy, ArcGIS and coordinating and leading volunteer groups. In her free time, she can be found volunteering with Chicago Cares or running along the lakefront path.
Glen Ellyn, IL
526 Crescent Boulevard, Suite 314
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
17 N. State Street, Suite 440
Chicago, IL 60602
Crown Point, IN
128 S. East Street, #115
Crown Point, IN 46307