Maryjane holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor’s of Architecture from Pratt Institute. At Yale her capstone project was a finalist for the prestigious Feldman Award and was highlighted in Retrospecta. In 2005 Pratt awarded her the American Institute of Architects’ Henry Adams Medal, the highest honor for a graduate of an accredited architecture program.
Maryjane has also worked as a designer at Pelli Clarke Pelli in New Haven and Gans & Jelacic in New York. She is a member of NCARB, AIA, CREW, and ULI and is licensed in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. In addition, she teaches Sustainability and LEED at George Washington University.
Inside the New Building: Bright, Bold, Invigorating. The BuildUp. September 2012
Retrospecta 07-08. 2008
Fight to Save Offices Not Over. ADC 360. September 2006