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Dominic Ramos-Ruiz

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Director, Healthy Buildings
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As Director, Healthy Buildings, Dominic supports GreenGen’s healthy building strategies, products, and business development initiatives. In addition, Dominic serves as a public policy consultant to the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), where he was previously a founding member of the Commercial Team that helped expand WELL’s global presence.
Dominic has a cross disciplinary background encompassing urban planning, real estate development, technology, and environmental sustainability.

Prior to GreenGen and IWBI, Dominic worked for New York-based Weitzman Associates where he helped advise developer and institutional investor clients on project marketability, feasibility, and valuation. Before joining Weitzman, he worked for Kansas City-based Lane4 Property Group where he was involved in the development, construction, and management of multiple mixed-use development and lifestyle center projects. Earlier in his undergraduate career, Dominic worked as a legal counsel fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, providing research assistance for real estate, zoning, and land-use litigation.

Since 2015, Dominic has lead the International WELL Building Institute’s relationships with local, state, and federal agencies to incentivize healthy building practices and integrate health and wellness standards into public policy, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and environment, social, governance (ESG) frameworks.

Dominic is a graduate of Kansas State University, where he earned a master’s degree in regional and community planning. Dominic serves on the Advisory Board for the WELL Advisory for Hotels and Resorts. He also serves as a young partner board member of New York's Public Theater as well as a member of the Urban Land Institute's Public-Private Partnerships Product Council. He co-chairs ULI New York's YLG Programming Committee as well as the Municipal Art Society's Urbanist Leadership Council, and mentors high school students interested in architecture, construction, and engineering through ACE Mentor of Greater New York. Dominic is also a member of the MoMA Contemporary Arts Council, Met Museum Stieglitz Society, and London's Conduit Club.  

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