Quinn Evans Promotes Three to Senior Associate and Four to Associate
August 18, 2021
Quinn Evans, one of the nation’s leading practices in design, historic preservation, and sustainability, has announced the promotion of three professionals to senior associate and four professionals to associate.
Abby Tourtellotte, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to senior associate in Quinn Evans’ DC office. Tourtellotte has more than 21 years of architectural experience with 15 years at Quinn Evans. She excels in designing spaces that bring communities together. She provides leadership to Quinn Evans’ internal Education Committee and has designed educational environments, civic buildings, spaces for the performing arts, residence halls, and cultural facilities. Tourtellotte’s portfolio includes serving as the project manager for the new Lincoln Memorial Undercroft Visitor Center and working on the Molina Family Latino Gallery for the Smithsonian Institution. Tourtellotte holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics & Women’s Studies (2000) from Elmira College and a Master of Architecture (2006) from Boston Architectural College.
MJ Wojewodzki, AIA, has been promoted to senior associate in Quinn Evans’ Baltimore, MD office. Wojewodzki has 15 years of architectural experience with a four-year tenure at Quinn Evans. Her multifaceted talents and skills benefit a wide range of projects, including new construction, preservation, renovation, and adaptive use initiatives. Wojewodzki has contributed to many significant projects for Quinn Evans, including schools and higher education facilities, multifamily housing, renovations, and urban infill development. Her portfolio of works includes creating the masterplan for Baltimore’s Walbrook Mill Apartments which incorporates a mix of retail and housing, and the renovation and additions of the McLean School in Potomac, Maryland. Wojewodzki holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1984) from the University of Notre Dame.
Erin Carver, CID, IIDA, has been promoted to senior associate in Quinn Evans’ Richmond, VA office. She has eight years of architectural experience and has been at Quinn Evans for three years. Carver is an interior designer and visual artist experienced in creating vibrant environments for schools, universities, libraries, and civic buildings. Her talents in both design and the fine arts are reflected in her professional skills and resourceful approach to problem-solving. Carver is proficient in addressing the requirements of 21st century learning environments, including the incorporation of advanced technology and instructional tools. Her portfolio includes the University of Richmond’s Ryland Hall renovation, the Albemarle High School Center II, a future-proof educational environment, and renovations to Courtland High School. Carver holds a Bachelor of Arts in studio Art (2008) from the University of Mary Washington, and a Master of Fine Arts in Design, Interior Environments (2010) from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Patti Babin, Fitwel Amb., has been promoted to associate in Quinn Evans’ DC office. Babin has 15 years of architectural experience and has been at Quinn Evans for three years. Her architectural historian and project management experience has been utilized on prominent projects in her portfolio that include the renovations and expansion to Carnegie Library in Southeast, DC, the Mission 66NPS Campgrounds, and the National Native American Veterans Memorial. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architectural History (2000) from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a Master of Arts in Historic Preservation (2005) from George Washington University.
Alfredo Davalos, Intl Assoc AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to associate in Quinn Evans’ Baltimore, MD office. Davalos has 6 years of architectural experience and has been at Quinn Evans for four years. He has worked on several key projects in the Learning practice area including the Coppin State University College of Business renovation and addition, the William Schmidt Outdoor Environmental Center, and the AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) which established a Center for Architecture and Design (The Center) at One Charles Center. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture (2014) from Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Susan Pryor, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to associate in Quinn Evans’ Richmond, VA office. Pryor has 24 years of architectural experience and rejoined Quinn Evans in 2020 with three prior years at the firm. She is currently working on the modernization of Detrioit’s iconic Michigan Central Station, and additionally has worked on educational projects for Spotsylvania Middle School and Meadowbrook High School renovations in Virginia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (1997) from the University of Virginia, and a Master of Architecture (2002) from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Julie Gerber, CID, LEED AP ID+C, has been promoted to associate in Quinn Evans’ Richmond, VA office. Gerber has 18 years of architectural experience and has been at Quinn Evans for nine years. Her portfolio includes multiple projects with Virginia Commonwealth University for renovations and interior design, landscape and conceptual design for the Department of Labor, and renovation and expansion to the Maymont Foundation Headquarters built in 1918. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (2003) from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.