Leads largest joint-use development program for LAUSD, overseeing $120 million school bond fund.
Leverages matching funds ($80 million to date) and capital assets from local governments, nonprofit organizations, and healthcare providers in order to complete projects.
Manages and coordinates public-private real estate development projects on underutilized district-owned properties.
Working in conjunction with community and city partners on four community school parks, with plans for several others within the next year.
Secured $28.5 million to build and rehabilitate 19 school-based community health clinics and new wellness centers.
HOPE Leadership Institute Fellow, 2004.
Departmental Service Award, MIT.
Charles E. Young Humanitarian Award, UCLA.
Can’t live without her two dogs: beagle Kingsley and terri-poo Bailey.
Favorite vacation spot: Granada, Spain. The food, wine, and weather—what’s not to love?
Paints (acrylics and watercolor).
Produces jams and preserves from fruit grown in her backyard.
The High Line, New York City's elevated park created from a conversion of rail lines, is the organizing principle for a series of luxury condo buildings designed by big names in architecture.
Called "The Legal Office of the Future," the pop-up demonstration project made its debut this week at the annual conference for the Association of Legal Administrators in Toronto.
Winning projects include an events center for Mies van der Rohe's landmark Farnsworth House and a new boathouse along the Chicago river.
The 73-page report breaks down the incremental cost premiums for transforming three LEED Platinum-designed buildings into net-zero energy, net-zero water, and living Buildings.
The new East Coast office for the Internet radio provider is housed on two interconnected floors of the classic 125 Park Avenue building, and features multiple spaces for music performances, large gatherings, and “all hands” meetings.
Due to open next year, the museum is expected to attract 200,000 people annually to rural Älmhult, Sweden, home of the first ever IKEA store.
Driven by changing work styles, mobile technology, and the growing presence of Millennials, today’s workplaces are changing, mostly for the better. We examine the top office design trends.
Tech-friendly furniture, “live walls,” sit-stand desks, and circadian lighting are among the emerging trends identified by leading interior designers.
The 18,000-seat Eagle Stadium in Allen, Texas, opened in 2012 to much fanfare. But cracks recently began to appear throughout the structure, causing to the school district to close the facility.
In his latest collection, graphic artist Federico Babina reimagines fine art as architecture.