With more than 35 years of architectural experience, Cheryl has served as Principal-in-Charge for a wide variety of large-scale projects for corporate, civic, aviation, hospitality, retail, exhibition/sports, criminal justice, and civic/municipal clients.
Recent notable projects include the Harris County Joint Processing Facility and the 1910 Courthouse Restoration in downtown Houston, Texas A & M University at Galveston Seibel Student Services Center and Northen Student Center Renovation, and two multi-floor co-working office locations for a confidential client. In addition, she has completed more than two dozen projects for United Airlines, including the Terminal C project at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Cheryl holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Houston and a bachelor’s degree in environmental design from Texas A&M University. A recipient of the “Woman on the Move” award from the Houston Chronicle, she serves on the board of the North Houston Association and is a member of CREW Houston, the Urban Land Institute, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the Rice Design Alliance.