M.Sc., LEED AP BD+C, CPHC
Marketing & Communications Manager
Meredith Marsh joined Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture as the Marketing & Communications Manager in 2017. In this role she manages the outreach efforts for the school, including the soa.cmu.edu website, social media channels, weekly newsletters, news features and publications, printed marketing materials and collateral, and promotional and marketing initiatives.
Meredith’s previous experience includes over five years in the green building industry working in both the private and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining the CMU SoA, Meredith served as the Communications Manager at Chicago-based Passive House Institute US (PHIUS), where she managed the organization’s public-facing outreach and promotional efforts. Prior to joining PHIUS, Meredith worked at the engineering consulting firm Baumann Consulting. In this role she provided project management and consulting services on over 25 LEED certification projects in the US and Germany, and supported the organization’s marketing and business development efforts. Prior to joining Baumann, Meredith served as the Project Coordinator for the German-American Chamber of Commerce’s dasHAUS Tour traveling green building exhibition, during which she appeared in numerous radio, television, and print media interviews as a subject matter expert on the topics of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
In 2010, Meredith was selected as a member of the German American Chamber of Commerce’s Sustainable Architecture & Urban Planning delegation to Germany as part of the Transatlantic Program-Young Technology Leaders program. She also served as an American ambassador for the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals scholarship program to Germany from 2009-2010.
Meredith received a Master of Science in Historic Preservation and a Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design in 2009, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude from Louisiana State University with a B.A. in Art History and German in 2007.