Heather Burpee is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Washington Integrated Design Lab. She is a nationally recognized scholar in building energy efficiency and high performance healthcare. Her work bridges practice, research, and education with collaboration between practitioners, faculty, and students. In this role, she leads multi-faceted efforts including energy auditing in existing facilities, energy goal setting and performance-based tracking for new facilities, and the development of roadmaps for achieving deep energy savings in buildings. She has led several efforts to create protocols for performance-based tracking and auditing for various building types including the Targeting 100! hospital roadmap. She received her M.Arch from the University of Washington and her Bachelors in Biology from Whitman College.