Amy knew she wanted to be an architect from a young age. After watching her parents design and build their family’s house in Ohio, she was hooked. Today, Amy thrives on the opportunity to work directly with the people who live in and use the buildings she designs.
She became a licensed architect in 2008 and is now a project manager. With over 15 years of experience, she is an integral part of the design team and keeps the design process moving forward from beginning to end and everywhere in between. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.
Amy’s senior thesis project in college was a low-income communal housing project.