Lisa Andrews joined GWWO in 2001 after moving to Baltimore from Tennessee, and became a member of the GWWO management team in 2003. 

Lisa’s 21-year career as an architect, project manager and designer has included experience on educational, cultural and community projects, with emphasis on the design of new buildings within sensitive sites, including projects such as the new LEED Platinum Certified Robinson Nature Center and the new Irvine Nature Center.  Lisa also works to preserve and reuse existing structures, including the historic renovation of the National Register-listed Maryland Institute College of Art Mount Royal Station and the Brafferton at the College of William and Mary, the second oldest collegiate building in the country. 

Lisa serves as the office resource and specialist in the LEED registration, submission and certification process and holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies degree and a Masters of Architecture, both from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Lisa Andrews