Preceden

Career Path

Bachelor of Science - Chemical Engineering (1977-1978)

1977 - 1978

changed school and transferred to Civil engineering

FIRST CAREER PATH CHANGE

1978

Bachelor of Science - Civil engineering (1979-1982)

1979 - 1982

University of Florida

RECESSION Broke out beacuse of which no jobs were avilable

1982

Graduate Lab instructor (1983-1984)

1983 - 1984

US Navy Active Duty Officer/Engineer (1984-1989)

1984 - 1989

Masters of Science - Civil Engineering

1984

University of Florida

SECOND CHANGE IN CAREER PATH

1984

Various Letters of Commendation, U.S. Navy

1985 - 1989

THIRD CHANGE IN CAREER PATH

1987

Member of Law Review, University of Miami

1990

Attorney at Drew, Eckl & Farnham(1992-1993)

1992 - 1993

Juris Doctor - Law, Cum Laude

1992

University of Miami

Senior Attorney at The Ewing Group(1993-1995)

1993 - 1995

FOURTH CHANGE IN CAREER PATH

2 January 1995

Construction Manager The Olympic Games (Atlanta) (1995-1998)

2 February 1995 - 1998

Georgia Institute of Technology - Instructor(1997-2000)

1997 - 2000

General Services Administration - Ph.D. Intern(1998-2000)

1998 - 2000

Doctor of Philosophy

2000

An Integrated Model for Facilities Management: Indoor Environment Evaluation

Georgia Institute of Technology - Assistant Professor(2000-2006)

2000 - 2006

Georgia Institute of Technology - Associate Professor(2006-2010)

2006 - 2010

Georgia Institute of Technology - Associate Chair(2007-2010)

2007 - 2010

Second RECESSION of career

2008

Faculty Member of the Year, NSAD(2010-2011)

2010 - 2011

New School of Architecture & Design - Chair(2010-2012)

2010 - 2012

San Diego, CA

New School of Architecture & Design - Dean(2012-2014)

2012 - 2014

San Diego, CA

Industry Professor - Stevens Institute of Technology (2014- present)

2014 - 30 April 2017

Achivements and Awards

Second Place Student Design Award, Drexel University, Philadelphia [1978]

1978

Herbert Grey Memorial Scholar, University of Florida [1980]

1980

Order of the Engineer, University of Florida [1982]

1982

Navy Achievement Medal, U.S. Navy [1986]

1986

National University Certificate of Leadership, San Diego [1987]

1987

Colson Law Scholar, University of Miami [1989]

1989

Winner Moot Court Competition, University of Miami [1990]

1990

Member of Law Review, University of Miami [1990]

1990

Winner Summer Mock Trial Competition, Rumberger, Kirk [1991]

1991

College of Architecture Outstanding Faculty for Education & Practice Award [1998]

1998

National Association of Women in Construction, Construction Visionary Award Nominee [2004]

2004

Faculty Member of the Year, NSAD [2010]

2010

Executive of the Year, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) [2012]

2012

“Women Who Mean Business” awardee San Diego Business Journal [2012]

2012

Carol A. Kueker Construction Education Visionary Award, National NAWIC [2012]

2012