Betty Lou is a resourceful urban designer devoted to clear communication and teamwork. Her background in architecture, building science, and art provides her with a strong hand-on experience in research-based design, urbanism, and sustainable innovation. She embraces a design process rooted in deep contextual and environmental research to create beautiful and meaningful places. Betty Lou’s urban design work at Walker Macy centers on context-sensitive resilient communities that improve people’s daily lives.
Master of Architecture, University of Oregon
Bachelor of Science, Building Science (Architectural Technology and Design), Appalachian State University