REVOLVE


1. Stuart Reigeluth (Founder and Vice-president)

Vice-president of REVOLVE and Founder of Revolve Media, Stuart Reigeluth is a senior executive advancing the triple bottom-line of sustainability: what is good for the environment is good for society and can be great for business. He holds a MBA (2015) from the Solvay-Ponts business school (Brussels-Paris) and a MA (2005) in Arab and Middle East Studies from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. He has worked for action-think tanks in Spain on security-development issues and has been a journalist for over 10 years and is involved in environmental sustainability, urban resilience and transversal themes of water and energy issues around the Mediterranean. He is Vice-President of REVOLVE, a non-profit about communicating the value of water. He is founder and editor of Revolve Magazine, the international award-winning quarterly magazine focusing on sustainability. Stuart has contributed to many newspapers and magazines, including Foreign Policy, al-Hayat, European Voice, Gulf News, al-Ahram Weekly and other Arab and European outlets.

HEART is the sum of all things, integrating our digital future within buildings for greater efficiency, sustainability and resilience of our cities and lives.


2. Hadil J.S. Ayoub (Communication Assistant)

Hadil is responsible for assisting in communication for HEART, and in other areas of REVOLVE’s work. She holds a M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences and Policy (2017) from the Central European University in Budapest, and a B.A. in Environmental Science (2016) from Barnard College of Columbia University in New York. She has experience doing research on the impact of hydraulic fracturing on groundwater quality in New York and Pennsylvania; the relation between urban green spaces and environmental justice; the Water-Food-Energy-Nexus; and on sustainable energy transitions.

HEART is a project that will showcase the power that green and energy efficient technologies can have in transforming buildings and advancing energy efficiency. It will also show that while buildings might not have been initially constructed as such, they can be made into smart buildings. This is a great opportunity for me to see the integration of energy technology and building design in action, while assisting in coordinating communications for HEART.