For the past three years, Drew Wenzel has supported the design and construction efforts of Google’s campus development projects, working with teams to translate leading industry standards and academic research into quantifiable project goals that support excellent user experience, health, productivity, and stewardship of the natural environment. The goals of Wenzel's team are to design and build work environments that are flexible to support business needs, inspirational for occupants, and integrate with nature. Prior to his current role, Wenzel developed web-based tools to scale Google’s Healthy Materials Program and aid project teams in the selection of building materials that reduced negative impacts to human health as much as possible. He also spent two years supporting Google’s LEED EBOM projects and the sustainability efforts of its facilities management teams. Drew received his Bachelors in Environmental Engineering and Masters of Engineering Management from the Dartmouth College's Thayer School of Engineering, and transitioned to design and construction projects after completing a Masters of Science in Stanford University's Civil and Environmental Engineering program.