Victoria Gilbert

Victoria Gilbert

B.A. (Hons), LEED AP ID+C, M.Sc

Associate Director | Workplace Advisory

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Professional Summary

I am an experienced sustainability and wellness consultant with over 8 years in Asia. I am focused on integrating wellness and sustainability principles into business operations and building design. Previously I was at the International WELL Building Institute, where I was responsible for the launch and expansion of the WELL Building Standard in Asia Pacific. I have consulted on over 25 projects in the region, including the first commercial project and first residential project to achieve WELL certification in Asia.  I work with multinational companies, developers, and occupiers alike - putting people at the heart of real estate.


I am a founding member of the WELL Faculty network and in 2018, I was awarded the 'outstanding contribution to WELL' award.

I have published a number of white papers on wellness, sustainability, and the future workplace


I hold an MSc in Corporate Responsibility from the University of Notthignahm Business School and a BA in Geography and Chinese Studies from the University of Nottingham, UK. For the last 8 years I have been living in Asia, based in Shanghai and now in Hong Kong, working across the APAC region. 



Membership Involvements

I am a WELL Faculty member and active member of the global network, leading and participating in events and knowledge sharing forums. I have a thorough understanding of buildings, workplace and design, maintaining my WELL AP, LEED AP ID&C and RESET AP credentials.

I am a CoreNet Global Young Leader, and participate in both local and reginal events.

I am on the leadership team of TEDxTinHauWomen, a TEDx chapter in Hong Kong set up to inspire, educate and connect with the local community.

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Mar 30, 2020
Designed for resilience
With business continuity a core concern as staff around the world are forced to work remotely, the need for an agile workforce has become critically apparent. In Hong Kong, teams which are now returning to work should consider how redesigning their space could be beneficial, both for improved health and wellness, and to be able to better manage such crises in the future.
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