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Featured 8×8 Presenters, Cynthia Fishman and Deana Swetlik

This is the third of a series of four posts spotlighting WiD’s 2016 8×8 speakers.

Cynthia Fishman

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, KTGY Architecture and Planning

 

Cynthia Fishman is an architect working at the firm KTGY Architecture + Planning as a Project Manager. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Rice University in Houston, TX as well as an Ecological Design Certificate from the Ecosa Institute in Prescott, AZ.  She has served on the Board of Directors for both AIA Colorado and the local chapter of Architecture for Humanity, and is also an active volunteer in the local chapter of USGBC. In 2015, she was awarded the AIA Colorado Leadership Award for her outstanding contributions to the architectural profession.  Cynthia is currently going back to school for a Masters in Biomimicry at Arizona State University, which is the first in the world to offer an accredited program. Biomimicry is the conscious emulation of nature’s genius that can be applied to the fields of design, energy, medicine, transportation, and social innovation.  Since biomimicry and architecture are her passions, she is the process of combining the two and applying them to multi-family housing design at her current job.

Deana Swetlik

Founder/Director, Entelechy

Deana Swetlik, AICP is founder of Entelechy (en-’te- le-kē), an urban design based development services consulting firm. During her 20-plus year career, Deana has worked on revitalization of place and sustainable urbanism projects at all scales across 15 states. Ms. Swetlik works as a creative and technical liaison providing tactical solutions to developers, landowners, and economic development specialists. Her education from the University of Wisconsin and University of Denver includes architecture, planning, and real estate finance. Deana is an Integrated Leader, Positive Deviant and Fixer of Place. 11 deana head shot grey scale (1)

 

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