Sarah is an accomplished Project Manager and Project Architect with a passion for human-centric design and a unique blend of skills that make her an asset to the HPZS team. With five years of professional experience under her belt, Sarah is currently leading the Evanston Ecology Center renovation where she is applying her expertise in biophilic design to modernize a functional space for the community.

In addition to her work on the Ecology Center, Sarah is the Materials Specialist for the Yannell Conservation Habitat project: a first-of-its kind project on the shores of Lake Michigan that aims to be the first single family residence in the Midwest to achieve full Living Building Challenge and PHIUS certification. Recognized for her dedication to the architectural community, Sarah was named a 2018 Design Futures Council Scholar and is an active member of Chicago Women in Architecture and the American Institute of Architects.