Linda graduated from Temple University Tyler School of Art with a B.Arch in 2006. By nature she is a team player, not only within the architectural team, but also in working with consultants and contractors. She brings 8 years’ experience as an architectural designer, consultant, and project architect. She brings her experience of municipal, pharmaceutical and healthcare, and higher education projects to CICADA. Linda prides herself on her listening skills, being detail-oriented, and an efficient and flexible problem solver.
As a native Philadelphian Linda has a great passion for the city: its people, culture, buildings and institutions. In her work, she is highly considerate of the impact architecture has to the social and physical environments of the city. She understands the nuances of Philadelphia as the “City of Neighborhoods”, and seeks to maintain its core values and help it to move forward. Linda believes architecture should be “firm, useful and beautiful”, and aims for design that weaves the social fabric of the city and builds community.
She lives in the Germantown section of Philadelphia with her high school sweetheart, and their two children.