Baltimore, MD (January 2, 2020) – GWWO is pleased to welcome Kaitlyn Newsome, Leslie Giron, Daniel King, and Idella Crenshaw to the firm.
Kaitlyn Newsome, Assoc. AIA, a former GWWO intern, rejoins our firm’s architectural staff after a few years away from Baltimore. Kaitlyn received her Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and her Bachelor of Science in architecture from the University of Cincinnati. In her free time, Kaitlyn enjoys working with Habitat for Humanity and Architecture by Children.
Leslie Giron, Assoc. AIA, joins the firm’s architectural staff and brings to GWWO her technical and client communications skills which she has honed through renovation and new construction projects, including those within historic districts. Throughout her career she has worked on many aspects of the design process from drafting to field verification. Leslie completed her undergraduate studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art and earned her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Maryland College Park.
Daniel King, Assoc. AIA, joins the firm’s architectural staff as well and brings a wide variety of experience that includes drafting, detailing, FF&E documentation, and product research. His background includes work on multiple community and educational projects. He holds both Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture degrees from the University of Hartford where he also helped establish and served as secretary of the University’s chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architect Students. He is also an Associate Member of the AIA and NOMA. In his free time he enjoys writing and is notably a published writer.
Idella Crenshaw joins the firm as an Administrative Assistant. In this role, she will work closely with the firm’s construction specialists, project managers, and project teams providing critical administrative support that will play a key role during the construction phase of projects. Idella is currently pursuing a degree from the Community College of Baltimore County.
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