With a focus in healthcare design, Natalie believes architecture can have a social impact. By designing for the most vulnerable of us, she creates spaces of healing that allow for fast recovery and empower all stakeholders involved in the healing process—patients, families, and healthcare staff.
Natalie has experience working on architectural projects of all sizes and levels of complexity, but her passion lies with pediatric healthcare architecture. Her work with clients including SickKids, ErinoakKids, and Ron Joyce contributed to advancing healthcare design in the industry to improve the inpatient experience for children, particularly those with cancer.
Natalie enjoys giving back to the architectural community. She leads a panel that distributes the annual Stantec Architecture Prize for Excellence to deserving future architects at the Azreili School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University.