In her role of Energy & Sustainability Innovations Director, Jackie oversees the environmental strategy of the Bank from Maine to Florida and across Canada by providing thought leadership to drive TD’s green building strategy higher and institutionalize the Bank’s green building practices to bring meaningful impact to the organization. This includes contributing her expertise in the design, construction and operation of branches and corporate spaces, implementing practices that reduce the organization’s environmental impact focusing on energy, water and waste, and overseeing the LEED certification process.
Jackie also led the team that established the Bank’s IDEAS Program which is responsible for delivering continuous improvement and innovation for design, construction, and operations of retail and corporate facilities. Initiatives cover scope areas including: project management, energy and sustainability, and day to day facilities management. A comprehensive pilot program allows for new ideas to be tested and refined and then rolled out once optimized solutions have been found.
Jackie has extensive experience in sustainability, innovation, real estate and business. Prior to joining TD Bank, she was the sustainability manager and senior project manager for Harvard University’s Allston Development Group, where she guided the sustainability aspects of the school’s Allston campus expansion. She was also previously a vice president at Colliers Meredith & Grew and a project manager at Turner Construction.
Jackie earned a Bachelor of Science in architectural design, a Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in civil and environmental engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is a LEED Fellow and LEED AP BD+C, a founding board member of the USGBC Massachusetts Chapter, serves on the USGBC Programs Working Group and is on the Advisory Council for Zoo New England.