Anne is the managing principal of HOK’s Los Angeles studio and serves on HOK’s board of directors and management board. With more than two decades of experience in the design and real estate industries, she is responsible for the strategic direction and overall performance of the L.A. practice. Anne has a unique ability to guide teams in translating client priorities, expectations and requirements into elegant, efficient and buildable design solutions.
Anne is active in the Urban Land Institute on the national Urban Development Mixed-Use Council (UDMUC-Red) and was a ULI Los Angeles Women’s Leadership GROW mentor. She is a member of Board of Governors for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) and an executive board member for the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce. The Los Angeles Business Journal named Anne one of LA’s most influential women in construction and design for 2020.
Before relocating to Los Angeles in 2017, she oversaw the mixed-use practice for HOK’s New York studio and led the new LaGuardia Airport Master Plan, guiding the complex design and implementation of $9.5 billion of simultaneous redevelopment.
Master of Architecture
Washington University in St. Louis
Bachelor of Arts