Nash Emrich is a senior consultant with internationally recognized green building and sustainability consulting firm Paladino and Company. A licensed architect with a background in planning and project management, Nash guides clients to integrate sustainability strategies on a wide variety of building and project types. Nash is responsible for leading visioning sessions to establish clients’ sustainability platforms, providing technical and analytical support to validate his clients’ sustainability strategies, conducting research, and managing certifications, such as WELL and LEED. Additionally, he has project experience with the Living Building Challenge and is an advocate for sustainable development such as EcoDistricts.
Committed to developing and promoting healthy, livable environments and neighborhoods, Nash is actively involved in the sustainability and wellness design community. He currently advocates for healthier built environments as a member of ILFI’s Biophilic Design Initiative Education Committee. Nash has previously served as a member of ULI Northwest’s Interactive Programs committee, member of the DC LBC Collaborative, board member of the Montana Chapter of the USGBC, and president of TrailNet, an organization supporting urban trails in Billings, MT.