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Reshma Singh is a program manager at the Building Technologies and Urban Systems Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and is focused on energy information systems to create impact in building energy efficiency. As a member of the Commercial Buildings Systems group, she manages international building programs such as the bilateral US-India CBERD project. Reshma is also program director at Berkeley Lab’s LIGTT institute with a mandate to discover, develop, and deploy technologies to fight global poverty. Previously, she has taught graduate seminars on architecture and design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Apart from her professional life, she teaches dance and recently co-produced an acclaimed children's musical. Reshma holds a master's degree in landscape architecture from Harvard University, a bachelor's degree in architecture from New Delhi, India, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.

Visit her page at the Berkeley Lab website.

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