Mr. Keenen is a founding partner in the architecture and design firm K/R
(Keenen/Riley), which was started with Terry Riley in 1984. The firm has offices in New York and Miami, and in 2007, published a monograph entitled "K/R: Projects/Writings/Buildings."
John has taught architecture and planning over the past 25 years at various universities, including RISD, Harvard, and Parsons The New School for Design.
Mr. Maharam is a principal of Maharam
, a textile firm that is committed to the implementation of progressive environmental practices as a matter of corporate and design philosophy.
Mr. McKown is a co-founder of TsAO & McKOWN Architects
. Tsao & McKown are known for designing a wide range of projects internationally, from large-scale, mixed-use developments, such as the $1.6 billion Suntec City in Singapore, to residential buildings, hotels, individual residences, furniture, and product design.
Paula J. Mueller
Ms. Mueller is a Managing
Director and the Vice President, Secretary, and
General Counsel of Rockefeller & Co.
well as the Director of Human Resources. Prior
to joining the firm in 1989, she was an attorney
for 15 years with Willkie Farr & Gallagher,
a New York law firm, where she was a litigation
partner. She holds a B.A.
in history from Cornell University and a J.D.
from Cornell Law School.
Mr. Rothman is President of HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A)
, an industry-leading real estate, economic development and energy efficient consulting firm. Eric is a nationally-renowned expert in transportation planning, transit-oriented development, and economic development. He was a Design Trust fellow
for Taxi 07
in 2006, served on the Design Trust's project selection jury in 2009, and most recently, produced a comprehensive analysis of the Garment District's real estate dynamics, zoning and finances for Making Midtown
Ms. Sirefman is president of Dovetail Design Strategists
, a firm that formulates and implements competitive strategies to hire the best professionals to design and construct contemporary built-environment projects. Trained as an architect, Susanna is a contributing editor to Surface magazine and has written six books, including the recent title Modern Shoestring: Contemporary Architecture on a Budget
Ms. Smith, a principal with FXFOWLE Architects
PC, directs the firm’s educational and
cultural work. Past projects include the New
School University's Knowledge Union Technology
Center, the Blackrock Forest Center for Science
and Education, and an award-winning renovation
for the American Craft Museum.
Weisz, an architect, worked in the offices of
Charles W. Moore and Agrest and Gandelsonas prior to
establishing her practice, WXY Architecture + Urban Design
with Mark Yoes. She has taught at
Columbia University, Yale School of Architecture, the
Pratt Institute, the City College of New York, and
the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Claire served
as a co-editor of AD and was previously the co-executive
director of the Design Trust for Public Space.
Andrea Woodner, President and Founder
Ms. Woodner owns real estate in New York.
She is trained as an architect and practices
sculpture. Andrea serves on the Visiting Committee of the Morgan
Library and the Architecture and Design Committee
of the Museum of Modern Art.