Mary is a recent graduate from North Dakota State University. She is interested in architecture that supports the health and well-being of individuals while allowing communities to thrive. Mary has participated in seminars in sustainability, bioclimatic architecture, and designing a sense of place for individuals.
Her thesis focused on the mental and physical benefits of biophilic design in recovering patients and young college students facing mental and physical isolation.
When not practicing architecture, you can find her cooking or playing board games.