Ghazal has an interdisciplinary background in energy management, green buildings and sustainability. This includes a bachelor of architecture, master of science in renewable energy and architecture, and a doctoral degree in resource management and environmental studies. She has worked at leading organizations in the private, public and NGO sectors.
Ghazal’s responsibilities include securing and strategically spending over $3 million in funding to help PHSA reduce carbon emissions, while enhancing users’ comfort and experience. She works closely with stakeholders within PHSA, utilities and the government to identify opportunities and implement projects that enhance the environmental performance of the portfolio.
My ongoing curiosity is to explore and catalyze the emergence of principles and practices that make our built environment effectively respond to the needs of its users while reducing environmental impacts. My job lets me build upon that curiosity and explore the intersection of human health and environmental health.