Most architects grew up playing with Lego’s, sketching the floor plans of their childhood home, or dreaming of their first skyscraper. I was not like most architects. In fact, if I had to name one occupation that I probably thought about the most, it would have been a veterinarian. Funny how things change right?
I found my passion in architecture and graduated with my Master of Architecture from Louisiana Tech University in May of 2014. During college, I was a member of the AIAS and Freedom by Design Program where I served in multiple leadership positions and was extremely excited to be named the national AIAS Chapter President of the Year in 2014.
And now, I am married to my husband, Michael (also an architect), and living in Dallas, Texas. I’ve been working for Stantec since my graduation and got my architectural license in January of 2016. I am currently Chair of AIA Dallas Women in Architecture and a Co-Director for the ACE Mentor Program of North Dallas. I was honored to be named the AIA Dallas Young Architect of the Year in 2016.
I aspire to be a great architect and have a passion for helping others that aspire to be the same. Whether you are looking at architecture for your college major, taking your first ARE exam, or trying to navigate your way as young professional, I hope I can offer some guidance and support.
I always love to hear from you… your thoughts, concerns, questions, my door is always open!