Scott Kelly, AIA, LEED FELLOW, CPHC, LFA
Co-Founder, Principal-in-Chargeemail Scott
Beginning his career with historic preservation and adaptive re-use projects, Scott is acutely interested in the design elements and construction methods that cause buildings to endure and to be more sustainable. Since founding Re:Vision in 2002, Scott has led Re:Vision’s interdisciplinary team in designing or consulting on hundreds of innovative green projects, many of which are “firsts” of their kind. Scott is a champion of green building standards and verifications, including LEED, SITES, Living Building Challenge, Net-Zero Energy, and Passive House. Scott’s engaging and collaborative approach has inspired owners, architects, and many others to incorporate green thinking into their buildings and lifestyles. Scott is Senior Fellow and Curriculum Advisor within Jefferson University’s Masters in Sustainable Design program, and he is a founding Board Member of Delaware Valley Green Building Council, which is now Green Building United. For his advocacy and design work, Scott was awarded the Philadelphia AIA’s prestigious Young Architect Award and the Living Hero Award from International Living Future Institute.
If you know Scott, you won’t be surprised…if he shows up at a meeting in his classic VW bus. Scott has traveled across the US multiple times and was changed by the vast beauty, humanity and injustice he has seen.
Jennifer Rezeli, LEED AP, MS Planning
Co-Founder, Managing Principalemail Jennifer
Jenn guides Re:Vision’s operations, quality control, and most importantly, the sustainability mission. As a planning professional, Jenn is passionate about stakeholder engagement as a strategy for improving design and educating about sustainability. After years of practice as an environmental educator and non-profit executive, Jenn happily continues to bring her values to work and is an advocate for socially responsible business. In 2007, Jenn certified Re:Vision as one of the first “for-benefit” B-Corporations. Jenn received a specialization in Public Service from University of Notre Dame and her Masters in Community and Regional Planning from Temple University School of Environmental Design. She has been recognized by Leadership Philadelphia as one of the top 100 Connectors in the region, by Pennsylvania Environmental Council as one of the top 40 under 40 Environmental Leaders, and as a community leader by “Philly Girls Do Good!” As a parent-volunteer, Jenn is active in The Waldorf School of Philadelphia.
If you know Jenn, you won’t be surprised… to find a pair of muddy running shoes under her desk.