Killion brings international experience to Adaptiv, acquiring his years studying in London and practicing in the UK, Ghana, and Botswana. His experience with urban design and urban development projects informs his focus on the ways community master planning projects can catalyze local development opportunities and foster socio-economic empowerment. Killion combines his love for education and practice through running design studio's as adjunct faculty instructor at Northeastern University, Massart and The Boston Architectural College.
Co-Founder | Director of Design, RA
Abby’s work centers around investigating social and cultural nuances as a methodology for informing a contextual design practice. She brings over 15 years of experience in healthcare and educational design, in the US, and internationally. Constantly curious, and a people person, she is drawn to engaging stakeholders in a participatory design process to plan and design spaces for sustainable communities. Abby bridges the gap between practice and education by teaching and lecturing on sustainable design and development.
Co-Founder | Managing Director, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Rob’s provides an expertise in streamlining design strategies to bridge the gap between partners, architects, engineers and contractors. With his technical expertise he is able to facilitate the construction of contextually appropriate projects around the world. With a keen eye for achieving efficiencies, he keeps projects on budget and on schedule. His background in the design and construction administration of large healthcare projects in the US has informed a method for best practices in developing markets.
Jessica Borges received her MA in International Development and Social Change at Clark University. With a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of Havana, she is passionate about international topics and social justice. She specializes in providing Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) services to help nonprofits make informed decisions through the design of impactful proposals, measurable outcomes, and organizational effectiveness.
Photographer & Marketing Specialist
Kat Kendon specializes in architectural photography, focusing on higher education, healthcare and science, urban development, and landscape. Her career is rooted in marketing for the AEC industry. She is committed to supporting the work of community nonprofits as well as women and minority-owned businesses.
In his over 40 years of practice, Bill Fitzpatrick has been a project manager or lead designer for a wide range of project types. A thorough understanding of technical and construction knowledge illuminate his design work. Respect for the clients’ needs above all, and an appreciation of the value of teamwork in execution inform his approach to design and building. Bill is a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the recipient of two Boston Society of Architects Design Awards.
Electrical Engineer | Renewable Energy Engineer
Jose is an Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineer with a background in technical system design and the ability to financial analyze project scopes. He has extensive project management and site supervision experience in both developed and developing countries.
Lowri is a first-class masters graduate in Civil and Structural engineering with specialized research in bio-based composite structural members for use in rural communities. With experience in WASH and architectural aid projects, Lowri is passionate about Engineering for Global Development. She is a practicing structural engineer, and a research fellow at Adaptiv as part of the Autodesk Foundation sponsored Engineering for Change Fellowship program.
Autodesk Technology Impact Program
Gould Family Foundation
Boston Architectural College
Jefferson University (Malawi Studio)
Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission