Julia oversees all aspects of Quinn Evans Architects’ sustainability practice, including building performance, operational performance, resource efficiency, resiliency, and equity of places and communities. She directs the development of the practice nationwide and contributes to sustainable project outcomes.
Julia previously served as senior manager of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Sustainable Knowledge and Practice area, where she directed the AIA 2030 Commitment program and the Design Data Exchange. Prior to AIA, she spent six years with Quinn Evans Architects, contributing to firmwide sustainable design and innovative technology initiatives. Julia served as a project architect for several major projects for the firm, including the design of George Washington’s boyhood home at Ferry Farm in Stafford County, VA, the renovation of the historic Stratford Middle School in Arlington, VA; and the renovation of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s paleobiology lab in Washington, DC.
- Rice University, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, 2007
- Rice University, Bachelor of Architecture, 2009
- American Institute of Architects
- Architects for Humanity