- MS in Architecture, UC Berkeley
- BA in Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
Lindsay Baker is a sustainability and impact executive and expert in the intersection between humans, buildings and technology. She is a Senior Fellow of the Rocky Mountain Institute, sits on several non-profit and corporate boards, and is currently launching a non-profit organization around climate action for the building industry. She was previously the Global Head of Sustainability and Impact for WeWork, serving as its first leader in that realm. Prior to WeWork, she was a founding team member and President of the venture-backed smart buildings software company Comfy, which was acquired by Siemens in 2018. She has also held roles at the US Green Building Council, Google and other organizations working on the intersection of sustainability and buildings.
Lindsay hosts a podcast about women's leadership in the sustainable buildings sector, Women in Sustainability: Design the Future, and is a frequent speaker, author and contributor to outlets such as Greenbiz, CRETech, and others. She holds a BA in Environmental Studies from Oberlin College, and an MS in Architecture from UC Berkeley where she studied and worked at the Center for the Built Environment, focusing on human-energy dynamics in K-12 public schools.