Stacey is an architect with broad experience partnering with institutional and commercial clients in planning, design, and construction. She brings a holistic approach and a strong design sensibility to all phases of a project, from early visioning, planning and programming, through design and technical coordination, to project management and construction administration. She thrives on the day-to-day project process, facilitating close collaboration with her clients, users and design teams to reach consensus on key decisions, while crafting and remaining true to a project’s holistic vision.
She has led a wide range of higher education projects across the country, including recreation centers, education and teaching centers, performing arts projects, dormitories, master plans and adaptive re-use renovations and expansions. Some of Stacey’s recent clients include Penn State, the University of Nebraska, Washington and Lee University, the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Harvard University, MIT, Berklee, and Akamai.
Stacey is registered in Massachusetts and is a LEED Accredited Professional. She holds a Bachelor in Architecture from Penn State University and has taught design at the Boston Architectural College. She is active with the American Institute of Architects, the Boston Society of Architects, and serves as a chair of the Women in Design Professional Development committee.