Four team members from Culver City, Calif.-based Ehrlich Architects have been promoted. The firm’s leadership says the following about these individuals:
Mark Kim, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Mark Kim, a member of Ehrlich Architects since 1998 and an associate since 2005, has now been elevated to associate principal. With a bachelor’s of architecture from Cal Poly Pomona, and a master’s of architecture from UCLA, Kim’s deep experience in the documentation, delivery, and management of some of Ehrlich Architects’ largest and most complex institutional projects makes him a trusted technical lead throughout the studio.
Whitney M. Wyatt, AIA, LEED AP
Whitney Wyatt, a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard’s GSD, has been with Ehrlich Architects since 1999, and has now been elevated to associate principal. She is the driving force behind some of the firm’s most recognized and sustainable projects. Her passion for educational projects and ability to artfully blend exterior, interior, and sustainable design provide her a strong platform for leadership within the office.
Alden Glauch, AIA
Alden “Bill” Glauch joined Ehrlich Architects in 2007, and has now been promoted to associate. With a bachelor’s of architecture from University of Florida and a master’s of architecture from UC Berkeley, his demonstrated skills in the management, documentation, and delivery of complex commercial and institutional projects make him a trusted project leader by both clients and the partners alike.
Ashley Richardson, AIA, LEED AP
Ashley Richardson, a graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, joined Ehrlich Architects in 2014, to serve as project manager on the largest and most complex project in the firm’s history, and has now been promoted to associate. Her ability to manage large teams to ensure seamless documentation and delivery, while building strong client relationships, has made her an indispensable part of the firm’s leadership team.
Learn more about these individuals and the firm at http://www.s-ehrlich.com/.