Wellness Architecture Initiative Members


Whitney Gray, PhD

SVP, Delos, United States

Dr. Whitney Austin Gray brings over a decade of expertise as an international leader in the intersection of health and built environment. She leads the Delos Insights team focused on conducting industry research and supporting industry adoption of healthy building practices. She led the development of the first case studies focused on the WELL Building Standard and helped to launch educational and training sessions related to WELL in over 25 countries.

Stephen Marks

Founder, Mind Body Building, United Kingdom

Stephen was a lawyer for 20 years in London and advised on all aspects of Real Estate. He has recently changed direction to advise on Wellness within Real Estate, Hospitality and Large Corporates through his company Mind Body Building. A qualified yoga, meditation and nidra teacher Stephen has practised yoga for over 20 years and teaches all over the world and weekly at London studios. He writes for the Wellness and Property press and regularly speaks on Wellness Architecture.

Sarah McAllister

Feng Shui Master & Director, Feng Shui Agency Ltd, United Kingdom

Sarah McAllister is a classically trained Feng Shui master and director of Feng Shui Agency Ltd, a UK based design consultancy with projects worldwide. Her eclectic background spans finance, translation and Shiatsu and she enjoys the challenge of applying spiritual/energetic principles to everyday business and design or the built environment. Holding a diploma in Environmental Psychology, Sarah also has practical experience of biomimicry principles and sustainable build projects. She has consulted on feng shui for Oxford University, Prince Charles’ Foundation for Building Community, Red Bull and Bartercard and has lectured on Feng Shui at RIBA Wellbeing Conference, DECO, Homes for Good and St Joost Design College.

Brandon Sinclair

Strategy & Development Manager, Maru/Matchbox, Canada

Brandon Sinclair is highly driven being with a focus on projects that progress humanity. He creates space for others to fulfil their life’s purpose. Some people call him a grand architect because he has the unique ability to make their visions and ideas a reality. Brandon’s mission is to move, touch, and inspire over one million lives in the next 5 years. He loves science, space and business with social purpose.