A sector leader with over 20 years of experience, Lydia works from our Anchorage, Alaska, office. Born and raised in Alaska, Lydia cherishes the opportunity to work with Alaska Native tribes, corporations, and businesses. Working alongside the people who have lived in the state for thousands of years is a great opportunity to learn from their traditions and their approach to business, and to apply what our teams can offer to help build and foster the local communities.
And, for Lydia, it really is all about the community. She’s a member of the Anchorage and Alaska Chambers of Commerce, the Anchorage Rotary Club, serves on the Board of Directors for Alaska Resource Education, and on the Resource Development Committee for Campfire Alaska.
Lydia is responsible for strategic planning in both the buildings and infrastructure practice in Alaska. The ability to connect clients, partners and our practice experts brings her great fulfillment, whether the project is for a small off-the-road village or one of Alaska’s many military bases.
Celebrating her Alaska roots, every summer Lydia and her family go on an annual two-week sockeye salmon fishing trip at the mouth of the Kenai River. There, they use the family time to fill their souls and their freezer simultaneously.