As a designer and project architect, June believes attention to detail and effective communication skills to be the most valuable attributes of any successful projects. She enjoys partnering with communities and school districts, to elevate educational design by giving students the best opportunity to grow and thrive in a future-ready learning environment.
"Through our design, we have provided better space and more opportunities for teachers all over the world to effectively engage their students and inspire them to dream, create, and grow. By designing spaces to promote well-being from the inside out, our projects not only allow students to be more creative and think globally, but also encourages their entrepreneurial talents for the future."
In addition to her project work, June is passionate about inspiring future generations of architecture professionals and has taught Architecture Portfolio Design (ARCH 600) at the University of Kansas. She also serves on the NCARB Education Committee with the Certificate Alternative Review Team. This committee meets once a year in Washington, D.C. and provides guidelines by which to review applications and portfolios for architects seeking to earn an NCARB Certificate through the educational alternatives.