We are excited to announce the following additions to our talented team:
- Becky Gale – Operations Administrator
- Emily Hagy, AIA, LEED AP – Project Architect
- Kirsten Kohm, NCIDQ, LEED GA – Interior Designer
- Luke Pulliam, RA – Senior Project Architect
- Amy Ricketts – Marketing Assistant
Becky Gale has over 18 years of experience in various aspects of accounting. She is proficient in staff management, financial reporting, auditing, and project management. Throughout her career, Becky has created policies and procedures that have helped businesses streamline operations while increasing both savings and revenue. She has experience in a variety of industries including hospitality, healthcare, and design. Becky’s multi-faceted role at Trivers includes accounting, human resources, and operations management.
Emily Hagy is a licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional with over 10 years of experience in educational and institutional projects. Throughout her career, she has focused on creating better spaces for users through elevated and thoughtful design. She believes the collaborative design process is the key to creating compelling spaces that exceed client expectations and will be impactful for years to come. Emily has experience in the renovation of historic buildings and a passion for sustainable design and works to incorporate it into all projects.
Kirsten Kohm is an Interior Designer with experience in project types ranging from corporate workplace to hospitality. She is a NCIDQ certified Interior Designer, a SEED Certified Professional, and a LEED Green Associate. She currently teaches in the Interior Design Program at her alma mater, Maryville University. In 2015, Kirsten was recognized as a FOCUS St. Louis Emerging Leader. She has special interest in projects that advance the missions of non-profits, community and youth organizations, and creating spaces that promote well-being for all.
Luke Pulliam is a Senior Project Architect with 12 years of experience in residential and educational projects. His background in both art and architecture drives his passion to add value to the community through design. Before moving to St. Louis in 2016, Luke spent nine years in Seattle working at E. Cobb Architects and Mahlum, where he played a key role on the award-winning North Transfer Station. He is a registered architect and serves on the Board of Directors for Family Advocacy and Community Training (FACT).
Amy Ricketts rejoined Trivers as Marketing Assistant after previously serving in an administrative capacity in years prior. From preparing proposals and presentations to conducting market research and managing brand standards and social media, she is involved in a wide range of marketing activities. Amy utilizes her experience in marketing and event planning to coordinate a year-round calendar of company events and activities.