Hannah Shabb

Hannah Shabb
Project Manager

Hannah Shabb (LEED Green Associate) is a graduate from Stanford University, where she earned a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering, with a focus on Sustainable Design and Construction. In addition, she attended Stanford for her undergraduate degrees in Earth Systems and Architecture.

While at Stanford, her interests included building energy efficiency, architectural modeling software, biophilic design, and sustainable engineering strategies. While in school, she worked as a volunteer on the Stanford farm, volunteered with the Stanford Hospital Sustainability Team, and played varsity Water Polo where she won two National Championships.

Hannah currently resides in Barcelona, Spain where she is a Project Manager for ASAP. Hannah
joined ASAP in 2022 and has worked on thousands of WELL Health-Safety Ratings, Equity Ratings, WELL Certifications and WELL at Scale during her tenure.

Hannah has several years of experience working in the environmental sector, architecture, and consulting. In the past, she worked for the International WELL Buildings Institute (IWBI), as well as a Barcelona-based sustainable building consulting firm. In addition, she worked at the acclaimed Seattle-based architecture firm —Mithun for two summers, where she worked on a firm-based Carbon Calculator that aids architects and designers with determining the environmental impacts and carbon emissions of a project.

Her interests lie at the intersection of human wellness, environmental health, and the built environment. She enjoys both the technical, engineering side of these topics, such as the creation models and running analysis, as well as researching and writing on sustainability topics, healthy materials, and working with clients to foster spaces that promote human wellness.

Previously, Hannah played and competed with the USA Women’s Water Polo National Team. In her free time, she loves to be outside, whether that includes hiking, skiing, surfing, or nature photography.