As the daughter of a chemist and a musician, Cynthia has blended the best of those worlds into a more than 20-year career designing architecture for science, research, and higher education facilities. She also translates that experience into industrial and corporate campus development.
Her success with these building typologies is in part because of her ability to envision and portray the big picture and identify issues important to successful project development. Cynthia believes that every challenge provides an opportunity to create something interesting. She loves working with engaging clients on projects like the TAMU Tarleton State University Applied Science Building—where architecture truly supports the function and mission of the program it serves.
A long-time Texan, you can take the girl out of Boston, but can’t take Boston out of the girl. Cynthia is an avid Boston Red Sox, Patriots, and Bruins fan. She also loves figure skating and hockey, but she spends her free time these days golfing and hanging with her rescue pup, Tino.