Two of my great grandfathers were homebuilders in my hometown of Rochester, New York. Growing up I took great pride in driving around town with my Dad as he pointed out the many houses that were designed and built by my great grandfathers’ bare hands. I loved that they helped build the community and shaped the future of my hometown. Today I am driven by this same passion, not only to build a community, but to design sustainable cities. Someday I hope to show my great grandchildren all of the ways in which I have played a small part in shaping this beautifullly built world that we live in.
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If I wasn’t an engineer... I would be a professional bike racer. I spend my spare time pedaling on, or off, road in the bay area, enjoying the incredible terrain we are fortunate to have. I raced road and cyclo-cross in college (University of New Hampshire) and for several years after college. I have met most of my friends, and my husband, through bike racing. I am “retired” at the moment, but hope to get back in to the racing scene again soon!
“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.”
— Walt Disney