Visiting Lecturer in Architecture, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Andrea is an architect, planner, and LEED Accredited Professional who, after seven years at Bread Loaf Architects, Planners, Builders, recently started her own practice in Middlebury. She focuses her professional energies on integrating sustainable and healthy design elements and strategies into all her buildings and their relative communities. Having grown up in Rochester, Vermont, Andrea moved home in 2003 from New York City where she worked on various projects with William McDonough + Partners, Flynn-Stott Architects, and the City of New York. Andrea has a Bachelor Degree in English from Syracuse University and a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from the Pratt Institute. Andrea was on the Board of Directors of AIA Vermont and edited their monthly newsletter for four years, 2003-2007. Andrea lectures at conferences throughout Vermont on Integrated Design-Build and Sustainable Design. She has published several articles on similar topics and has received numerous awards for her work. Andrea lives close to campus with her husband, two sons, and two dogs.
Andrea teaches Introduction to Architectural Design and Architecture and the Environment. In addition, she is the very proud Lead Faculty Advisor to Middlebury’s 2011 Solar Decathlon team.