Leads teams overseeing projects ranging from historic renovation to multifamily housing to university buildings. Currently handling $70 million master plan ($40 million in construction costs) for the Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue, Encino, Calif.
Heads firm’s sustainability efforts, including 40,000-sf Fall River (Mass.) Justice Center (LEED Silver) and transitional housing complex Project Hope (LEED Silver).
Earned dual Bachelor of Science degrees (art and design, political science) and a Master of Architecture from MIT.
Member, Boston Society of Architects Committee on the Environment.
Board of directors, MIT Crew Alumni Association.
Led volunteer efforts/supervised construction of 18 units for Habitat for Humanity in Boston, Alabama, Georgia, and Romania.
Avid Skier. Favorite locales: Cannon/Mittersill Ski area (N.H.), Alta (Utah), and Vail, Colo.
Favorite movie: “A Clockwork Orange.”
Was thisclose to becoming a constitutional lawyer.
Accomplished English handbell ringer.
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