Ann is a Project Architect who has overseen a range of projects from commercial buildings to renovations at the Dolley Madison House and the Library of Congress. Recently, she oversaw a full gut-and-remodel of a townhouse into the new Quaker Welcome Center on Capitol Hill for the Friends Committee on National Legislation.
From an early age, Ann sketched her surroundings. She studied German literature in college, but took a course in furniture design at the UVA School of Architecture that changed the direction of her life. In 1986, she entered an architecture degree program and never looked back. After graduation, Ann took time off to raise her two sons and received her license in 2006.
Ann is a LEED Green Associate and has a deep regard for how engineering affects building design. She has attended two Passive House Conferences in New York. She recently participated in an AIA 360 Mentoring program and takes courses at the Alexandria Art League.