Principal / Architect
Julie discovered her career path through a roundabout route. “I earned a Psychology degree, held research positions, taught at a university level, and worked for environmental companies before becoming an architect. I love applying research to design and human behavior to create great learning environments,” she said. Julie keeps people and the environment at the forefront of her designs of PK-12, higher education, and other public buildings where she typically leads programming, conceptual design, community facilitation, and sustainability efforts. Julie is a registered architect and an Accredited Learning Environment Planner (ALEP, formerly known as CEFP), the highest qualification that can be achieved through the Association for Learning Environments. Julie has expertise in supporting student-centered learning models and creating flexible and inclusive educational environments that support a variety of learners and meet the needs of people with physical and cognitive disabilities.