Joseph W. Sollod is the Senior Associate of Innovation at the International Code Council and staff member of the Alliance for National and Community Resilience. At the Code Council, Joseph contributes to highly visible sustainability, resilience and innovation initiatives, including the Global Resiliency Dialogue, ICC’s Decarbonization Strategy, the ICC Energy Team, the Code Council’s Off-Site Construction Initiative, ICC Government Relations, and administration of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Technical Committee 59 and Subcommittee 19. He brings a wealth of acquired knowledge in climate change and adaptation, environmental policy, global environmental issues, sustainable development and buildings, and community resilience. Prior to joining the Code Council, Joseph participated in updating the Planning for Natural Disaster Debris guidance document with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and served as a solar permitting specialist for TRC Environmental Corporation. A graduate of Drew University in Madison, N.J., he has a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and sustainability, with minors in anthropology and political science. He also holds a Master of Science degree in urban sustainability from the City College of New York.