Elizabeth is an architect who finds balance and joy working on projects simultaneously rooted in community-engaged processes as well as in construction detailing. She is driven by the challenge of translating community values tangibly into the built-environment. Her past project experiences range from a 30,000sf museum to a 200sf rainwater learning pavilion and everything in between.

Elizabeth grew up in the exurbs of South Florida, a setting which influenced her perspectives on how designers can build for a sustainable, inclusive and justice-centered built-environment, a perspective she brings to her work as an architect and as an educator.

During flower season, you can find her in her garden surrounded by swamp mallows, firewheels, and coreopsis.