New Brunswick, N.J., – DIGroup Architecture’s (DIG) Associate and Senior Project Manager Kelli Glasgow was recently spotlighted by AIA Newark and Suburban Architects in its monthly feature highlighting accomplished members. Glasgow, who joined DIG in 2014 and serves on the firm’s Human Resource & Culture Committee, specializes in the education sector.
“It is quite humbling to be ‘in the spotlight’ and acknowledged for my achievements by my peers,” said Glasgow. “I was happy to share a bit of my story and background in the hopes of inspiring others. One of the reasons I love this profession and working with DIG is the value associated with lifting others up.”
Among the topics tackled by Glasgow in the feature are her favorite projects, the path to her success, inspirations for architecture and life and being energized by a profession with many different paths that is only defined by self-defined limits.
To read Glasgow’s full profile, visit AIA Newark & Suburban Architects’ website.
Formed in 2006 and headquartered in New Brunswick, N.J., with offices in Philadelphia, DIGroup Architecture (DIG) is an award-winning architecture, design and environmental graphics firm serving clients and communities in education, civic, healthcare and senior living. DIGroup Architecture is a certified Minority-Owned, Disadvantaged and Small Business Enterprise (MBE/DBE/SBE), driven to create “Architecture for Change.”