Jamie Harvie, PE
Jamie Harvie, Professional Engineer (PE), is the Executive Director of the Institute for a Sustainable Future (ISF) and is a nationally recognized prevention leader through his extensive experience at the intersection of healthcare and ecological health.
Jamie founded the Healthy Food in Healthcare Initiative in which he directed a nationwide collaboration of NGO, clinicians, and healthcare partners, to create healthcare food policy and practice change prevention models. This work included the development of the Healthy Food in Healthcare Pledge, a nationally adopted hospital commitment to nutritious food from sustainable food systems. He served on the steering committee for the Green Guide for Healthcare, the healthcare sector’s only quantifiable sustainable design and operations toolkit. In 2009, Jamie was awarded NRDC “National Thought Leader” category for his work on healthcare and sustainable food systems. In 2013, he was included as one of “Top 20 Most Influential” Food Systems Leaders by Food Service Director Magazine.
Jamie speaks internationally on ecological health and prevention issues. His background as a professional engineer provides unique value that bridges clinical medicine and environmental health (toxics, food systems). As an agent for the integrative medical community, his goal is to provide a new healthcare operating system with an oriented, science-based frame.