Advisory Board Member:
Brenda M Bush-Moline, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC
Vice President/Global Health Sector Leader
Healthcare Design Work
As a practicing architect, Brenda brings an immersive approach to design and planning that results in authentic and innovative solutions. She leads the Global Health Sector for Stantec and is focused on elevating the mission and vision of our clients worldwide. She is known as an inspired leader adept at consensus building among clinical care team members, medical professionals and executive leadership in weighty situations amplified by competitive marketplaces. Her clients suggest that her ability to listen effectively and lean into project headwinds with positivity is an admired trait that has benefited the health of their communities. This has translated into meaningful and inspiring project outcomes.
As Vice President and Global Health Sector Leader of Stantec, Brenda supports colleagues across our 1000 person health sector setting the vision and leading initiatives that expand our talent outward. For our clients, she is inspired to translate design and planning intentions into architecture that enhances the mission and consistently advances quality of care. She is committed to leadership based on resilience, stewardship of resources and an unwavering tenacity toward the development of life-affirming environments. As a licensed architect with American College of Healthcare Architect (ACHA) credentials and evidence-based design accreditation and certification status with the Center for Health Design, she is pleased to serve as an Advisory Board for the Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo.
Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Master of Architecture, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Registered Architect, State of Illinois
Advisory Board Member- Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo
Certification, Evidence-based Design Accreditation (EDAC), Center for Health Design
LEED Accredited Professional
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