Philadelphia, PA — Erin McCulley, RA, LEED AP BD+C, an architect and project manager with Cope Linder Architects, LLC has been named to the ACE Mentor Program Eastern Pennsylvania Affiliate board of directors.
“Erin’s roles as a board member and mentor reinforce Cope Linder’s commitment to the ACE Mentor Program and to community service in general,” said Cope Linder Architects principal and former ACE Mentor Program board member, Cheryl Smith, AIA. “Erin offers design perspective and leadership to the board while serving as a role model for students in the program.”
McCulley brings 16 years of architectural experience to her role as a board member and mentor.
She currently is the architecture project manager for 1300 Fairmount, a mixed-use residential, parking, and retail development adjacent to the Divine Lorraine in Philadelphia. The Cope Linder project is this year’s ACE Team 5 design challenge, for which students are developing their own conceptual designs.
The ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania is an affiliate of a national non-profit organization that engages and encourages high school students to consider careers in design and construction through mentoring, scholarships, and grants. Founded in 1994, the ACE name stands for Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. For more information, visit http://acementor.org.
Cope Linder Architects has built a culture of design excellence through strong client relationships and professional team partnerships. In 50 years of practice, the firm has been client advocates for simple and elegant architectural solutions in hospitality, workplace, entertainment, multi-family residential, community, and institutional projects. For more information visit http://www.cope-linder.com.