Stephanie celebrated her 20th anniversary at Vision 3 in 2017. As an Associate at the firm and the Healthcare Team Leader, Stephanie has strong project and design leadership capabilities, especially in the areas of primary care, dental and community health center design. She successfully implements patient centered design and translates it into the built healthcare environment. Stephanie holds a certification in Evidence Based Design and brings an in depth understanding of how to base design decisions on the latest healthcare research to achieve the best possible patient, staff and operational results. As a LEED Accredited professional, she is responsible for the integration of energy conservation and sustainable design principals throughout the design process.
Stephanie enjoys working with her clients as she leads them through all phases of their project from predesign through construction administration. The most rewarding aspect of healthcare design for her is knowing that a completed project will help an organization to achieve their immediate goals and will continue to shape how that organization will operate in the future. Some of her recent projects were for Providence Community Health Centers, Thundermist Health Center, and University Medicine.
Stephanie lives in Warwick with her husband David and their two children. They spend their quality time together building go-karts, watching movies, hosting pool parties, and enjoying summers at Roy Carpenters Beach.
Bachelor of Architecture, Iowa State University
LEED Accredited Professional
Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC)
Sponsor Architect, Roger Williams University, School of Architecture, Environmental Design Research Class,
Spring 2013, 2014, 2016
Panelist “Creating Health Stations for Primary Care and Prevention,” Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) Healthy Rhode Island Environmental Design Summit Conference, May 29, 2013