Stacey Johnston has begun her career at The Korte Company as part of the Korte Design architectural team. She will be working out of the Highland office as a Design Support specialist.
Stacey holds two separate degrees – one in Architectural Studies from SIUC and one in Psychology/Sociology from SIUE. So if you want to know how a design is supposed to make you feel, just ask her.
Along with her architectural degree, Stacey has been working on projects, both in the education and public safety sectors. And in the area of healthcare design, she has achieved an Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) through the Center of Health Design (CHD). EDAC is The Center for Health Design’s internationally recognized program that awards credentials to individuals who demonstrate a thorough understanding of how to apply an evidence-based design process to the design and development of settings, including measuring and reporting results. Stacey is an active member of the USGBC Missouri Gateway Chapter’s LEED Community Project Team as well as an active member of the Habitat for Humanity St. Louis Women’s Build Committee.
Stacey was raised in Rockford, Illinois, which means she’s probably a Cheap Trick fan. And when she’s not working or rocking out, she’s doing stuff like jumping out of airplanes, playing tennis, volleyball, cycling and rock climbing. To top it off, she’s learning to play the piano, which may come in handy at the next company picnic. Get your requests ready.
Stacey, we’re excited to have you on board and building smart!