Cheryl brings more than 15 years of design experience to the Perkins&Will team with a focus on science and learning environments. As Denver’s Science and Technology Practice Leader, she leads a process with clients to optimize design solutions and effectively implements those solutions through her advanced understanding and experience in the application of planning, programing, and design principles and methods. Her technical leadership, combined with a collaborative spirit, is critical to leading complex projects through completion.
An active learner, dedicated teacher, and committed designer, Cheryl is intent on creating environments for working and learning collaboratively. She has taught studio and graduate thesis at the Boston Architectural College since 2008 and regularly sat on juries for Roger Williams University and the Rhode Island School of Design.