Gary Braun, AIA, LEED AP, serves as a project architect and project manager on healthcare and education projects. Currently, Gary is a project architect on the View Ridge Elementary School project team in Everett, Washington, and project manager for Highline Audiology in Burien, Washington. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University.
Trish Buzan, Associate AIA, is technology director of NAC Architecture. She joined NAC in 1990 as a CADD operator, later becoming the firm's CADD manager. More recently she worked toward firm-wide implementation of Revit, an architectural BIM software program. As technology director her focus is on ensuring project and business goals are supported through improvements in core technologies and processes. Her current objective is full integration with NAC's newest office in Denver.
Miguel Posada, LEED AP, is a project architect with 13 years of experience who joined NAC in 2006. During that time he has worked primarily on K-12 and higher education projects, including multiple facilities for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Design of Environment from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Marcia Wall, ASID, is director of NAC's Seattle Interior Design Department, and specializes in senior living communities and education facilities. She is currently designing the interiors of the View Ridge Elementary School Modernization in Everett, Washington, and two Merrill Gardens senior living projects in California. A graduate of Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design, Wall joined NAC in 2001.
Suzanne Ali, is a marketing manager who joined NAC in 2007. She is responsible for managing the proposal, interview and promotional efforts in the Los Angeles office, and she contributes her writing skills to many Los Angeles projects. She has studied theatre arts at Arizona Western College, liberal arts at the University of Oregon, and accounting at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Kelly Gordon, NCIDQ, LEED AP, is an interior designer who joined NAC in 2005. In addition to being a LEED Accredited Professional, Kelly is also NCIDQ certified (National Council for Interior Design Qualification). She is currently working on the Ferris High School Modernization and Replacement in Spokane, Washington, and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design from Washington State University.
Brooke Hanley, AIA, LEED AP, is a project architect who joined NAC in 2005. She is currently working on the Ferris High School Modernization and Replacement in Spokane, Washington and recently contributed to the Deer Park High School Modernization and Addition in Deer Park, Washington. Brooke holds Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degrees from Washington State University.
Missy Holland, AIA, LEED AP, is an architect specializing in construction administration who joined NAC in 2005. Her focus has primarily been on K-12 projects, including her current role on Cordata Elementary School in Bellingham, Washington. Missy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington.
Krys Thompson, LEED AP, is an Assistant Project Manager who joined NAC in 2004. She is currently working on Los Angeles Unified School District Master Plans. Krys has an Associate of Arts degree in interior design from the Interior Designers Institute and is currently working toward a Bachelor of Architecture degree.