Erin currently bridges the gap between healthcare research and medical planning at a large architecture firm in Dallas. She has carved out this niche in the architecture field for herself, and did it at an earlier age than most of us. She knew at the start of her architecture degree she wanted to focus on healthcare and Texas A&M’s program is one of the best. From Texas to a long stint in New York, she has since moved back to Texas and spent time lecturing, writing and researching throughout the last 10 years.
Photo Gallery of Erin’s work both as a Texas A&M student and as a professional architect writing and lecturing >>