Allison Wilson AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP
Allison Wilson believes the built environment should address the social, environmental, and economic realities of today’s world. As Ayers Saint Gross’ Sustainability Director and an architect, she is a trusted leader who guides clients to make equitable, enduring investments in their built environments. She has led and contributed to sustainability plans at Texas A&M University, UCLA, and Montclair State University. Allison is also a 2022 recipient of the American Institute of Architects Young Architects Award for her notable contributions to the profession within her first decade of licensure.
Allison approaches new projects with curiosity and is excited to learn about each client’s unique infrastructure, assets, goals, and priorities. From there, she enjoys sharing expertise with her clients and helping them make positive changes in their practices to reduce resource consumption and advance toward carbon neutrality. Allison guides many projects through sustainable design certification programs, including the Living Building Challenge, LEED, SITES, and WELL.
Allison shares her expertise at speaking engagements across the country and works to elevate issues at the intersection of environmental stewardship and justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. Outside of the office, she is active in the ACE Mentor Program of Austin.