I really enjoy my time working at Cyntergy, mainly because of the quality and diversity of people I get to work with. The interesting part being that yes, architects and engineers can not only coexist, but learn a great deal from each other in the process – not to forget, we also have a Construction team who evaluates our project work from the constructability and cost side. It’s a great team to be a part of.

I have been the point of contact for several government and private client programs and have managed projects with emphasis in all of our disciplines. This role has been both rewarding and challenging, as many of our client relationships are long-term, and we are constantly encountering new ones.

I am proud to have served the AIA Eastern Oklahoma Chapter over the years in varying capacities, most recently as President in 2012. We boast a strong architectural community not only in Tulsa, but in the entire State of Oklahoma. It is a rewarding experience to serve our architects through AIA, and I recommend getting involved to newer and older architects alike. I have 25 years of architectural and project management experience. I am an alumnus of the University of Oklahoma, and I hold a Bachelor of Architecture degree.