New Faces at Trivers

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As we continue to fully work remote, we are excited to welcome the newest members to our team in architecture, interior design, and marketing.

Sandy Chiu is our newest Senior Interior Designer with 15 years of interior design experience across national and local markets. Specializing in commercial workplace design, she also has years of experience in higher education, multi-family and hospitality markets. She brings various skills in project management, furniture systems design and specifications, exhibition design and visualization. She will work closely with our Interior Design team to spearhead interior design efforts within the firm. Sandy is a LEED AP.

Annie Finan joins the team as our Marketing Coordinator after completing her degree at Auburn University in May 2020. In addition to her business background, she holds minors in Graphic Design and International Human Sciences. With prior experience in consulting, digital and social media marketing, Annie remains committed to staying on top of marketing industry trends. She looks forward to learning more about the architecture industry and carrying out the firm’s brand standards from preparing proposals to marketing research, while spearheading the firm’s PR and social media.

Ashley James is an Interior Designer with experience ranging from corporate interiors to multi-family projects. Before relocating to St. Louis, Ashley spent her early career in Denver where she attended The Art Institute of Colorado. Ashley is a certified WELL AP and LEED GA currently studying for the NCIDQ. Since joining us earlier this year, Ashley has focused her time on 100 N. Broadway Building Spec Suites and the MGEJ Bean Federal Center Modernization.

Xinyao Li rejoins Trivers as Architectural Designer & Sustainability Analyst following two summer internships at the firm. She recently graduated with her Master of Architecture at Washington University in January 2021. Prior to interning at Trivers, she completed dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Mathematics and Studio Arts. Her expertise lies in bringing both mathematical concepts and sustainability focus to design while incorporating building energy analysis procedures used to analyze energy performance. Xinyao is actively working on a large adaptive reuse project in St. Louis.