To Tina, preservation means sustaining the irreplaceable social and physical value specific to historic buildings by ensuring that these places continue to be populated and alive. She participates in QEA’s advancement of sustainable design continually solidifying her reputation of adept and impassioned performance. Her work on rebuilding both the Eastern Market in Washington, DC, and the former Ordnance Proving Ground Barracks, Building 102, in Sandy Hook, NJ represent the increasingly common challenges that communities face: how to adapt buildings for modern use while safeguarding their landmark value for future generations.
- University of Texas at Austin - Master of Architecture, Certificate in Historic Preservation, 1998
- University of Chicago - Bachelor of Arts, Art History, Architecture 1990
- Fellow of the Richard Morris Hunt Prize, 2009
- American Institute of Architects
- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
- LEED Professional
- Association for Preservation Technology International