Congratulations to Emily Allen and Hannah Feil Greenhood, who are both being recognized by ENR Southwest as 2018 Top Young Professionals. The honor is awarded to the "Top 20 Under 40" in the design and construction industry. Winners are selected based on leadership, experience, and community service. See the full list of ENR Southwest 2018 Top Young Professionals.
Emily Allen, LEED AP ID+C, NCIDQ is a principal of Dekker/Perich/Sabatini and a licensed interior designer. Emily provides oversight, mentorship, and business development for D/P/S's interior design practice area, and she is involved in the day-to-day design and development of interior projects. She has specific expertise in workplace design, and she also works with business leaders in healthcare, education, retail, and commercial industries.
Beyond her professional abilities and achievements, Emily serves as a great role model for her peers and the community. She is resolute in her commitment to improving the quality of life for her employees, clients, building occupants, and the broader community as evidenced by her management, exceptional design, and generous involvement in a variety of non-profit organizations. Emily exemplifies the nature, values, wisdom, and characteristic strengths required of a top professional.
Hannah Feil Greenhood, AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP is an associate and architect at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini with specialization in multi-family housing, commercial, and mixed-use projects. Hannah was an early adopter of active design and one of the first WELL Accredited Professionals in the country - a credential that signifies knowledge in human wellness in the built environment. Hannah brings this knowledge to the forefront of design, and actively works to share health and wellness design principles with clients, colleagues, and other industry leaders. In addition, Hannah has worked on a number of significant projects that bring much needed affordable housing and amenities to communities.
In her personal time, Hannah supports of a variety of causes, including serving as a volunteer instructor to teach STEM topics to K-12 students. She also participates in organizations and fundraisers that benefit children and families.