Megan has led affordable housing projects through all stages of low income and historic tax credit funding, design and construction. Her background in environmental psychology and integrated design positions Megan to deliver thoughtful, empathetic design solutions, balancing the demands of her clients, contractors, and budget. Megan has a deep commitment to sustainability, a passion for preservation, and expertly negotiates the technical requirements and communication that are essential for successful project outcomes. A proud Philadelphia resident, Megan is involved in pro-bono design and advocacy work for Habitat for Humanity and serves as a Board Director and long-time volunteer for the Community Design Collaborative. Comfortable in a community meeting, board room, or a hard hat, Megan’s hands-on and collaborative leadership s
Megan received a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University.