“I fell in love with cities while living abroad in Florence, and consider it my privilege to contribute to the narrative of our urban environments every day through design and architecture.”
Becky’s work between Boston and Seattle has focused on educational clients and the design of new learning environments – both inside and out – for our next generation of students, teachers, and communities. She has served as a project architect and project manager at Mahlum for the past ten years where she focuses on creating smart, sustainable spaces for K-12 learners. Becky led the design effort for Northwood Elementary School on Mercer Island, the recipient of five design awards, including the Award of Excellence in Education Facility Design from AIA Committee on Architecture for Education.
Becky holds a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. She is a registered architect in Massachusetts. Becky is active with the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), currently serving as the WA Chapter Board Treasurer and a member of the state conference planning committee.