Shannon Newberry

Shannon received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Miami. While attending Miami, she served as a Dean’s Fellow, designed high-end residential projects, and worked as a research assistant developing the newest era of seawalls to be implemented around the city and island communities that are actively facing the threat of rising sea levels and climate change. She was awarded thesis of the year for her master’s project that focused on inflatable design and women’s inequities within public space. She also received the Alpha Rho Chi Medal for leadership, personality, and attitude. Before working at Dynia, Shannon worked primarily on institutional architecture projects such as schools and government buildings.