Reshma Singh LEED AP, PMP

Program Director, Center for Building Energy R&D
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Reshma Singh is Program Director for the  Department of Energy’s Center for Building Energy Research and Development (CBERD.org) at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Her work lies at the intersection of design, technology, and development. Her current focus is in the areas of energy information systems,  IoT for building energy efficiency and comfort, and the development of best practices for high-performance buildings.  She brings over 10 years of experience advancing initiatives on clean energy and smart buildings, working on international projects across United States, India, Singapore, and Egypt.

Reshma is an Impact Advisor and Advisory Council member for Department of State’s TechWomen program. She has also taught graduate seminars on architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and on sustainable communities at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a recipient of Harvard University’s Community Service Fellowship award. Apart from her professional life, she teaches dance and recently produced an acclaimed children’s musical. Her education includes a Masters degree from Harvard University and a Bachelors degree in Architecture from New Delhi, India