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Lauren Brust Moss has joined Vornado Realty Trust as chief sustainability officer

Vornado Brings in Chief Sustainability Officer 

Vornado Realty Trust has appointed Lauren Brust Moss as the company’s SVP – chief sustainability officer. The office and retail REIT has received multiple awards recognizing its continued industry leadership in sustainability, including 11 times being recognized as a NAREIT leader in the light. 

Moss has more than 20 years’ experience managing sustainability, energy and capital improvements for large-scale buildings and portfolios, and is recognized as an industry thought leader and advocate on green policy, regulation and compliance.  

Prior to joining Vornado, Moss was SVP at Adai, the administrator of the Fitwel certification program. She previously worked in the sustainability practices at engineering firms NORESCO and Steven Winter Associates. 

Moss is a member of the board of NESEA (Northeast Sustainable Energy Association) and is the EVP of the New York Energy Consumers Council.  


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