AIA, LEED AP, Architect
Amanda joined Annum Architects in 2018 with a desire to expand her understanding in heritage architecture. Since joining, she has contributed to the design process for several cultural, academic, and civic projects that draws on her programming, design and technical expertise.
Recently she has been working with the US Department of State, Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO), on US diplomatic facilities overseas. She is currently the Project Manager for the Advance Planning of a New Embassy Compound in southeast Asia, was a Project Architect for Concept Design and Bridging documentation of a Consulate in Europe, Project Architect for Concept Design of an Ambassador’s residence in the Caribbean, and was a Designer for the Advance Planning of a Major Rehab for a US Embassy in Europe.
Other notable projects she has contributed to include renovating and transforming the welcoming experience at University School in Shaker Heights Ohio. Studies include space planning for the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University and campus planning for Chapman University in California.
Amanda is a Young Advisor member of the Boston Preservation Alliance and holds a Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Ohio State University.