Network, Co-Founder
Forums organized at Cambridge, MA, New Orleans, LA, Baltimore, MD, Austin, TX, and Dallas, TX
  Field Manual and Evaluator Certification Tool, Co-Author
  Funded by The Loeb Fellowship, Driehaus Foundation, Burt’s Bees Foundation, Rose Foundation

DESIGN CORPS, Raleigh, NC, founded in 1991, incorporated as 501-c-3 in 12/1996
Founder and Executive Director: 6/1991 � Present
Community Design/Build Bus Shelter, New Orleans, LA, 6-7/2008   Six students designed and built bus shelter with Neighborhood Housing Services
Expanding Architecture: Design as Activism, Co-Editor and Author, Metropolis Press, 10/2008
Make A Difference in 48 Hours, Community design/build challenge, Architectural League of New York, 1/14-16,2008
Modular Migrant Housing, Historyland Nursery, Warsaw, VA, 2007
Pioneer Village Cultural Park, Hayesville, NC, 2007
Cultural Arts Center Renovation, Andrews, NC, 2007
Elementary School Pavilion and "Trail of Tears" Landmark, Andrews, NC
Florida Modular "on-frame modular" Housing with Florida Migrant Legal Services, 2006
North Carolina "on-site off-site" Modular Migrant Housing with NC Housing Finance Agency and Housing Development Coalition, 2006
Migrant Community Garden and Market with Wake Forrest School of Public Health and Episcopal Farmworker Ministries and funded by the US Department of Agriculture, 9/2005-ongoing
Re-Building After Katrina, Community Design/build, Biloxi, MS, 6-7/2007
  Home prototype for new Biloxi flood elevation and FEMA trailer extra room from salvage
Community Design/Build Summer Studio, Asheville, NC, 7-8/2005 & 7-8/2006
  Sixteen students built two public bus shelters with neighborhood residents for City Transit
Twenty Year Plan for Seaboard: Intern designed projects for small rural town, funded by NEA
Sponsor: Rose Fellow, Marion Child Care and Job Training Center
  Funded by the Enterprise Foundation
Organizer: Structures for Inclusion Conferences, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, 2000 through 2010
Princeton University, Pennsylvania State University, University of Virginia and Community Housing Resource Center, City College, Public Architecture/Urban Ecology, UNC-Charlotte, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Building Communities Workshop, Howard University
  Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts 2001 & 2009, Graham Foundation 2000 & 2001
Editor/Essayist: Good Deeds, Good Design, Community Service through Architecture, Princeton Architectural Press, 11/03
Project Director: Virginia Migrant Housing, 2002-3
  Funded by HUD RHED and Virginia HOME
Adjunct Professor: NC State University, Model Migrant Bath House, Architecture Studio
Project Director: Lancaster County Migrant Housing, 2003
Chester County Migrant Housing, 2003
  Funded by Chester County HOME, Federal Home Loan Bank, and Chester County Arts
Designer: Out of the Box, Design research funded by NEA, 2003
Planner and Co-designer: Migrant Housing in South Carolina
  Recipient of South Carolina Housing Finance Authority's Housing Achievement Award 2001 Recipient AIA/AAF Accent for Architecture Award 2000
Program Director: Initiated Self-Help Home-ownership Program
  Individualized designs for self-construction by twelve families in Adams County, PA
  2000 Pillars of the Community Award, Federal Home Loan Bank
Planner: Adams County Housing Authority, McSherrystown, PA
  Twenty units of single family and "empty-nester" housing
Researcher/Designer: Farmworker Housing for Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and New Jersey Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts
Draftsman and Photographer: Measured documentation of farmworker housing
  Funded by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
Designer: Adams County Housing Authority
  Office Expansion & ADA modifications
  Gettysburg Historic Architectural Review Board Award 1996

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO, Chicago, IL, Spring Semester, 2002
Visiting Chaired Position at the University of Illinois at Chicago
  Taught graduate-level architecture studio in "Activist Practice" concentration

Adjunct Faculty: Taught undergraduate and graduate community design/build studios
  Migrant Field Shade Structure
  Migrant Soccer Field Seating Structure
  North Carolina Migrant Bathroom and Prototype
  Seaboard Health Clinic

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Auburn, AL, 9/1998 - 9/2000
Rural Studio Visiting Professor: Winter 1998 through Spring 2000
  Supervised twenty-eight students on eleven design/build projects at Rural Studio
Visiting Professor, School of Architecture: Fall, 1998
  Taught sixteen students in third year of core curriculum
Co-author: Strategic and Business Plan for new Outreach Studio at Rural Studio
Co-founder and Director: Multi-disciplinary Outreach Studio

RURAL OPPORTUNITIES, Camp Hill, PA 2/1990 - 3/1994
Designer and Planner: Row-houses, Gettysburg, PA
  Twelve affordable houses for ownership, 1991-1993
Housing Planner: Gettysburg Scattered Site Apartments
  Rental rehabilitation and new construction, 1990-1993
Program Director: Fruit-grower-owned Labor Housing
  Specification writing and construction observation, 1990-1993
Employee of the Year, 1991 and 1993
American Institute of Architects and American Architectural Foundation
  Design Research Grant, "Out of the Stream, Housing for Farmworkers," 1990

STEVEN HOLL, New York, NY, 8/1988 - 8/1989
Design Team: Design of Price Residence, "Stretto House," Dallas, TX
Design Team: Fukuoka Housing, Fukuoka, Japan
Design Team: American Library, West Berlin, Germany
  Competition First Place, Progressive Architecture Award, 1990
  Permanent Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Design Team: Addition to the School of Architecture, University of Minnesota,
  Progressive Architecture Award, 1990
Presentation Team: Edge of the City, Museum of Modern Art,
  Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and Graham Foundation

DAN SCULLY ARCHITECTS, Peterborough, NH, 6-8/1986
Project Director: Design and Construction Documents
  Pelkey Residence, Peterborough, NH

Project Director: Design of three affordable houses for Madison County, Mississippi
  Progressive Architecture First Award, 1987

RICHARD ROGERS AND PARTNERS, London, England, 6/12/1985
Architectural Intern: Green Private Art Gallery