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Fiona Douglas-Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

Fiona Douglas-HamiltonBorn in 1961 and raised in Europe, in the 1980s Fiona was one of the founding partners of a design, build, management company developing hospices and large commercial nursing homes in England. In 1995 Fiona moved to the Pacific Northwest, where she continued her career in residential construction. She recently sold her partnership share in Apple Homes, a design build construction company building Energy Star, Built Green Level 5 independently verified custom homes in the South Puget Sound region, in order to set up S.E.E.C., a sustainable development consulting firm. As Apple’s Director of Sustainability, Fiona was instrumental in building Apple Homes’ reputation as a leader in Washington’s South Puget Sound green building movement.

A life-long passion for organic gardening, sustainable farming methods and the outdoors created the foundation for her commitment to employing the principles of the Green Building movement within residential construction. Fiona advocates a practical and inclusive, rather than exclusive, approach to sustainability and maintains her commitment to build thriving local economies and thus sustainable communities through education and developing partnerships with other sustainable organizations and providers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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