Anne is a Project Architect at the firm of Elkus-Manfredi Architects and is currently involved with the design for a $54M Rutgers University Apartments, LEED Silver project. She is currently mentoring an intern through the NCARB (National Council for Architectural Registration Board) process for architectural registration. She was an Associate principal with over 25 years of experience at the firm of Kallmann McKinnell & Wood Architects in Boston. As Project Architect and LEED Accredited Professional she was responsible for projects from design through construction for multiple building types throughout the country and abroad. She obtained a LEED GOLD certification for the Littauer Fine Arts Library at Harvard University and the Lindsey Center for Math and Science at St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H. She had a key role in interior design for the Edward Brooke Courthouse in Boston, the Newton Free Library in Newton, Mass., and the Yale University Bass Center in New Haven, Conn. She organized in-house AIA (American Institute for Architects) accredited seminars at KMW Architects to assist and mentor younger members of the firm in design technology, LEED, energy codes and construction detailing. Anne is a member of the Newton, Massachusetts Design Review Committee. Anne graduated with an Associate degree from Green Mountain College in 1972 and received dual degrees in Fine Art in Architecture and a Bachelors of Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design.