Caitlin Osepchuk AIA is an architect and Associate at HMFH, where her clear communication skills, close attention to detail, and hands-on engagement are instrumental to the success of significant school projects. Her practice focuses on the design of educational spaces that are innovative, sustainable and prioritize student well-being. This is exemplified in her most recent role as Project Architect for the new Fales Elementary School, which sets a precedent for energy-efficient design as the first net-positive energy public school in New England. A natural, thoughtful leader, Ms. Osepchuk recently served as the Young Architects Regional Director (YARD) for AIA New England, where she was a resource and mentor for young architects across the region and holds a Masters in Architecture from Roger Williams University.
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