Amanda has worked over six years as a designer. Having a background that is rooted in academic research and its applications in practice, she brings an analytical approach to understand the interaction between buildings and the people who use them. Amanda has experience working on both public and private projects as well as various building types including long-term care facilities, museums, academic, fabrication laboratories, and libraries. She has taught numerous courses as an adjunct instructor at Roger Williams University (RWU), Northeastern University (NEU), and the Boston Architectural College (BAC).
— Harvard University Graduate School of Design
— Master in Design Studies Technology Concentration
— Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Bachelor of Architecture