Aileen Gagney, MArch, MFA, GA-C, HHS, has a Masters Degree in Architecture, a Masters Degree in Fine Arts, is Green Advantage-Certified, a Healthy Home Specialist, a Certified Renovator and Dust Sampling Technician. She served for 15 years as the American Lung Association’s (ALA) Environmental and Lung Health Manager for the Mountain Pacific Region, is past director of the ALA’s Master Home Environmentalist (MHE) program, speaker at HUD’s Healthy Home and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) National Conferences, and a master or certified trainer for more than 30 organizations including ALA’s Open Airways for Schools (OAS), EPA’s Tools for Schools (TfS), and the 501(c)(3) nonprofit National Center for Healthy Homes (NCHH). Aileen received the Washington State Public Health Association’s 2011 Health Champion Award, EPA’s 2005 Children’s Environmental Health Excellence Award, and the ALAW Golden Lung Award 2005. She is author of the Healthy Home Handbook (2009), and co-author of Monitoring and Reducing Exposure of Infants to Pollutants (2006). Her knowledge has been the subject of numerous articles in the Seattle Times and in Prevention Magazine.