Anderson Brulé Architects is a woman-owned and operated organization deeply rooted in innovation, education, and emphasizes the power of the collective mind and team dynamic in the work that we do. It is through intention and purpose that all individuals at ABA serve as catalysts, coaches, and mentors to the talented architects and designers of the future, particularly so that more women and minorities can find a seat at an ever-expanding table. ABA is proud to always recognize women for their great contributions and keep a seat at the leadership table open for powerhouse women. And as such, we are pleased to welcome two incredibly talented women to the ABA team.
Highly regarded and experienced senior healthcare architect, thought leader and planner, Terri Sudbrook, AIA, CDT, has joined Anderson Brulé Architects, as associate principal, bringing with her more than 30 years of project management and leadership expertise, with 18 of those years specializing in healthcare design. In her new role, Terri maintains and manages quality processes, develops and mentors team members, fosters client relationships, and harnesses her practice specialty to best position ABA. Read Terri’s full press release here.
Jennifer Simmons, has joined ABA as a Residential Practice Leader. Jennifer brings with her over 24 years of executive-level nonprofit expertise and low-income housing development experience. She will parallel her work with ABA with the completion of her master’s degree in Interior Architecture & Design this spring. Jennifer is well-versed in strategic and operational planning and was routinely ingrained in the front-end of all her past projects while also maintaining a sharp focus on the development side of project leadership. At ABA, Jennifer will harness her non-profit and residential market expertise and drive business development in this arena. Read Jennifer’s bio here.
“ABA continues to expand its reach, capacity, and scope in the market as the firm continuously delves deeper into larger and more multifaceted projects across all practice areas, and with new leadership in both the health and wellness space and residential market development, this has increased potential,” said ABA President Pamela Anderson-Brulé, FAIA. “ABA is thrilled to have Terri and Jennifer on board. We greatly look forward to exploring the many client relationships, design opportunities, and projects both of these capable, gifted, and powerful women will expertly bring to light.”