Chantelle has worked in several major metropolitan areas on urban planning, architectural design and community development projects. Her experience includes many project types ranging from transit stations, to university, school and child care design. In addition to her project roles, Chantelle has been involved in winning entries for several international design competitions and was a studio instructor at the Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture. Chantelle enjoys reading, and plays competitive pool in her spare time. She and her husband Shinya met at Ross Barney Architects, and have one son, Kaji and one daughter Eeza.
American Institute of Architects, Member. Sweet Water Foundation, Board Member. Society for College and University Planning, International Conference presenter 2014. Structures for Inclusion Conference participant, 2011 Open Hand Studio. Meet and Match presenter, 2010 American Architectural Foundation. Great Schools by Design, Workshop Resource 2008. Oakton Community College, Futures Unlimited Role Model, 2003. Women in Transportation Seminar, National Conference Presenter, 2004.
U.S. Green Building Council, LEED Accredited Professional.