When it came time to apply to colleges, Bridget was torn. She loved camping and being a Girl Scout counselor, so she considered forestry. But on her breaks from work at her local library, she really enjoyed reading Architectural Record. And then there was that paper she’d written on Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus… her father was an engineer and her mother an artist, so Bridget chose to pursue architecture.
After completing her degree in architecture and traveling around Europe during her study abroad program, Bridget earned master’s degrees in architecture and business administration. Today, Bridget knows she chose the right path: she loves solving problems, and her business background enables her to think strategically for clients. She guides them through complex processes involving many stakeholders, and her commitment to identifying success factors and advocating for clients shine through on each project.