As Director of Sustainability and a member of Wishrock’s Leadership Committee, Trisha is responsible for maximizing green investment and development opportunities. She orchestrates all aspects of sustainability, including helping the company achieve energy and water savings and create healthier communities through building design, construction, and asset management.
Trisha previously served as a Presidential Appointee at HUD, where she worked to advance green housing policy and the Climate Action Plan. She oversaw the expansion of the Better Buildings Challenge to the multifamily sector, in partnership with DOE. Trisha also led a federal initiative to triple the amount of renewable energy in low income housing. This built on her former role managing the Green Communities initiative at Enterprise Community Partners, where she supported the development of 20,000 units of green housing and maintained a national green building certification program. Before joining Enterprise, Trisha ran the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights’ Community Development Initiative. As a civil rights lawyer and Skadden fellow, she brought pro bono legal resources to non-profits and thousands of individuals across the southern United States.
Trisha enjoys teaching and is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. She has testified before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee and been recognized for her leadership on community development and green building.
Miller graduated magna cum laude from the University of Michigan, with a degree in Environmental Policy. She received her Master’s in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her law degree from Stanford Law School.