Emma Zeissett-Father joined Annum in June 2022 after receiving her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. Her undergraduate work included extensive exploration of sustainable design and historical architecture, with a focus on the ways in which adaptive reuse can reinforce equity and accessibility within historic neighborhoods.
She is a member of BosNOMA, focused on advancing equitable practice and bolstering minority leadership within communities. Prior to joining Annum, she worked in New York City on projects that addressed social justice and the relationship between architecture and human rights.
In her free time, Emma enjoys sailing, hiking, and exploring Boston’s museums.