At the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), Jamie Statter leads strategic relationships for the PEER rating system and the Sustainable SITES rating system. In this capacity, Statter works with business and government leaders to ensure that PEER – which is a compressive system for evaluating power system performance - and SITES – which evaluates landscapes - are utilized as tools to meet climate, sustainability, and resiliency goals. Prior to joining USGBC, Statter was the Head of the Built Environment at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), a non-partisan organization that convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to the world's most pressing problems. She joined CGI in 2010 to develop strategy highlighting and integrating market-based approaches for climate change and infrastructure development throughout the organization's various platforms, and grew the Built Environment work into one of CGI’s most successful efforts. While serving in this role, she advised multinational corporations, philanthropists, NGOs, global mayors, and organized labor to increase investments in green buildings, infrastructure, resiliency and cities and expanded the community of CGI members who address these issues. Before joining the Clinton Global Initiative, she worked on climate issues for various foundations and advocacy organizations. Statter is a graduate of Tulane University in New Orleans and completed her Masters of Public Policy at Johns Hopkins University.