Michelle Dusseau Diller
Michelle Dusseau Diller is the Policy Program Director for Green Communities at Enterprise Community Partners.
At Enterprise, Michelle works with state and local policy directors to advance the adoption of green building practices in the affordable housing sector across the country and with federal staff to align Enterprise’s national agenda with state, regional and local policy needs.
Michelle brings over a decade of experience in the high-performance building arena. Prior to joining Enterprise, she worked for the National Association of Home Builders where she provided technical expertise, education and advocacy in all aspects of high-performance residential building, and served as the resident technical expert for the National Green Building Standard.
Previously she promoted sustainability in the built environment in private consulting where her portfolio included multifamily, mixed-use, healthcare, federal, higher education and commercial projects; as an engineer overseeing transportation drainage design and neighborhood retrofits; and as an environmental regulator in Florida.
Michelle holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Michigan and master’s degrees in environmental science and public affairs from Indiana University.
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