Growing up in Chagrin Falls, Amanda has always been fond of the strong sense of community found not only in the village of Chagrin, but throughout Northeastern Ohio. She is excited now to have the opportunity to give back to those communities by providing authentic and meaningful designs. Amanda enjoys the challenge of maintaining historical significance and architectural details while also providing a highly functional modern day design. She prides herself in communicating and building relationships with clients, and expressing creativity when faced with problem solving challenges.
Amanda graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. While studying at Cincinnati she participated in the Cooperative Education Program, allowing her to combine a traditional classroom based learning strategy with experiential learning gained from a professional work environment. During her Co-op program she spent two semesters interning at Clemens Pantuso Architecture, and is excited to be back post-graduation. Amanda has future plans to continue her education in receiving her Masters of Architecture degree, and shortly after becoming a licensed architect.