FAIA, LEED AP BD+C
Andrea believes design must produce significant architecture that promotes diverse, vibrant communities. She leads design in California and her portfolio includes civic, educational, healthcare, workplace, hospitality, interiors, and historic preservation projects.
Andrea played a vital role in the design program for buildings on campuses across Southern California as part of the Los Angeles Community College District's modernization program. These facilities are revitalizing communities and providing new learning and career opportunities for thousands of higher education students every day. She was instrumental in the remediation and design of the iconic Edward R. Roybal Learning Center in downtown Los Angeles for the Los Angeles Unified School District. She is also part of the design team for the new Hanford Courthouse in County of Kings, California.
"I love coming to work every day and making a difference in people's lives. I am thrilled that I get paid to do what I do because architecture is so enjoyable and rewarding. It's like a great book, I can't put it down!"
Andrea is active within the American Institute of Architects, having held a variety of leadership positions including being a past chair of the AIA/National Practice Management Knowledge Community. She is currently President of the AIA Los Angeles Chapter and serves as a Board Member for AIA/California Council.