New Faces at Trivers

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This winter we welcome our newest employees to our interiors and architectural teams.  

Emily Capelle Jackson is a NCIDQ certified Interior Designer. Emily began her professional career in St. Louis after graduating from Maryville University in 2018. Since entering the interior design field, she has worked on a variety of market types such as senior living and military projects. Passionate about creating meaningful spaces that enrich the lives of others, Emily works to find innovative solutions for spaces that promote the well-being of all users. Outside of interior design she enjoys drawing, exploring the city, and volunteering for Stewards of Hope International, a non-profit organization serving Venezuelans in need. Emily is currently on the path to becoming a LEED Green Associate. 

Rachel Reinhard is an Architectural and Urban Designer with experience in multi-family, single family, municipal, and neighborhood redevelopment projects. She received her Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Design degrees from Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Design + Visual Arts. While in school, Rachel received several awards and studied at the Technical University of Cologne and Köln International School of Design. Rachel also worked in Germany and Singapore, co-teaching portfolio workshops, translating case studies on “Smart City” design, and building physical models for high-rise multifamily projects. Rachel is a member of AIA St. Louis Women in Architecture and is pursuing architectural licensure. She has joined the Butler Brothers Building project team. 

James Sgroi is a Project Architect with experience across multiple project types and scales, from historic renovation and preservation of hospitality and entertainment projects to office renovations and healthcare. A graduate of Kansas University School of Architecture & Design, James has been involved in every stage of interior and architectural processes. James also holds a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from the University of Missouri – Columbia. Since joining the firm, he has been involved with the Frank E. Moss U.S. Courthouse project team. James is a member of AIA, NCARB, and holds a certificate in Healthcare + Wellness Design.