Stephanie joined Union Studio in 2005, and since then she has been consistently assuming greater responsibility. Not only does she expertly lead the management of projects such as the New Tiverton Library and San Juan Passage, but Stephanie also sets a great tone of professionalism, collegiality, and community engagement within the office. Outside of Union Studio, Stephanie astounds us with her volunteerism. She is a passionate New Urbanist and is Vice President of CNU New England. Additionally, Stephanie is President-Elect of AIA Rhode Island, a Co-Founder of the Providence Chapter of Architecture for Humanity, a volunteer for Big Sisters of Rhode Island, a board member of the Narragansett Boat Club and serves on the Leadership Council of The Amos House. In the summer of 2011 Stephanie received a LeBrun Travel Grant from the Center for Architecture in New York City, which enabled her to travel to Indonesia to study urban villages. She received her Bachelor’s of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.
If you’d like to congratulate Stephanie, we’re sure she’d appreciate it (although she’ll be modest). She can be reached at stephanie (at) unionstudioarch.com.