Amy Daniels

AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Associate Principal

Amy Daniels is known as a consensus-builder and problem-finder/solver. She infuses her professional relationships with the philosophy that working together to identify the right problems to solve creates strong and effective design solutions.

Amy thrives on working with clients, stakeholders and colleagues at all levels of the planning and design process, and prioritizes ongoing communication and organized project and team management. Based in Newman’s Mid-Atlantic office, her portfolio includes significant projects at the University of Mary Washington, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, CT, and K-12 schools in Connecticut and Washington, DC. She recently completed the AIA|DC’s Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program, an initiative to nurture and train next-generation leaders.

A lifelong learner who is passionate about education, design, and mentoring, Amy prioritizes volunteering in schools to promote design thinking in K-12 learning curriculum. She is a mentor and group leader with the ACE Mentoring Program, and has also volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club and The National Building Museum. She has also been an invited as a guest critic at Boston Architectural College, Mississippi State University, Washington Alexandria Architecture Center and Rhode Island School of Design.

Location
Washington, DC
Education
MA, Interior Architecture & Adaptive Reuse, Rhode Island School of Design;
B. Arch, Mississippi State University
Certifications
Registered Architect
NCARB
LEED AP BD+C
Professional Experience
11 Years
Involvement
ACUHO-I
AIA DC’s Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program
Society of College and University Planning