Vivienne started her career in government relations and compliance in the wine industry. She transitioned to the construction industry in 2003. As a LEED AP, she enjoys the complexity of solving challenges involving diversion of C&D material. Vivienne was elected as a Director to the Contra Costa Builder’s Exchange Board, and technical committee member for the California Resource and Recovery Association (CRRA). She has served as a consultant on a number of LEED projects and provided her expertise to local jurisdictions seeking to streamline their C&D regulations. Vivienne earned her Bachelor of Science degree from University of California, Davis in International Relations with a concentration in Economics and is a certified project manager through Stanford University’s Strategic Decision Risk Management program. She holds a LEED AP accreditation and passed the LEED ID+C exam. In her free time, she volunteers for the Edible Schoolyard Project, in Berkeley, California.