As a design professional and experienced practitioner, Linda brings a depth of knowledge and understanding to her work. Her firm has served as a consulting architect working on schools, homes, and a museum with Kagan Architects and Planners, Erskine Associates, and Albis Turlington Architects. Prior to starting her own firm in 2005, Linda was an Associate and Project Architect at Roth and Moore Architects in New Haven for eight years. Her work there included educational, multifamily, and mixed use projects.
Linda served on the Advisory Jury for the AIA 2016 Gold Medal Award and AIA 2016 Firm Award, and as Jury Chair for the AIA 2014 Small Project Awards. Linda has also served as a member and chair for the AIA Small Project Practitioners, and as a board member and Education Committee chair for the Connecticut Green Building Council. She currently serves on the Board of the Connecticut Chapter of the AIA.
Since 2004, Linda has taught part- or full-time in the Construction Management program at Central Connecticut State University. Courses taught include Sustainable Buildings, CAD and BIM Tools, and Construction Documents. She speaks regularly to industry audiences about sustainability and professional practice. Linda is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture and Oberlin College.