The Age-Friendly Home Certification is an initiative of the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University and the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities in Larimer County. 

The Initiative is guided by an interdisciplinary advisory committee.

 

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www.ibe.colostate.edu

The Institute for the Built Environment is an enterprise center at Colorado State University. We form interdisciplinary teams of faculty, students, and off-campus professionals to take research to practice. At our heart, we develop and educate sustainability leaders at CSU.  Our mission is to advance the development of healthy, thriving built environments. We work with building owners, organizations, and communities to develop strategic programs that increase alignment, build team capacity, and meet sustainability goals. 

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www.pafclarimer.org

We foster leadership and strong community collaborations that will plan, design, and implement sustainable strategies to enhance quality of life for older adults in Larimer County.

Advisory Committee

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Brian Dunbar

Executive Director, Institute for the Built Environmentat Colorado State University

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Michele Christensen

Director of Program Development, Fort Collins Housing Catalyst

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Stephanie Barr

Senior Manager, Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University    

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Greg Miedema

Executive Officer, Home Builders Association Northern Colorado

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Sue ballou

Executive Director, Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities

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Denise Selders

Housing Development Specialist, Colorado Department of Local Affairs

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Sam Betters

Executive Director, Loveland Housing Authority

 

Bill Swalling

Waters Edge Development