Daniela Pardo LEED Green Associate
While earning a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a minor in sustainability, Daniela worked as an intern at Page as well as the graphic designer for the Latin American Studies Center at her alma mater, the University of Maryland. She was active in Alpha Rho Chi, a co-ed college fraternity for architecture and design students and received a faculty award for achievement in design.
As Vice President and then President for Women in Architecture at the university, Daniela joins a number of Pagers across the firm who contribute to the empowerment of female architects and advocate for equity through engagement and mentoring. Now, she uses her graphic and architecture skills to continue supporting a community design project in Kenya she participated in during her senior year.
As a native of Colombia, she is bilingual and always likes to embrace her Latin American side.