Boston Architecture Firm Goody Clancy Names Two New Principals
Move Advances Marketing/Business Development and Operations/Human Resource Initiatives
February 10, 2016 – (Boston, MA) – Goody Clancy president David Spillane today announced the addition of two new Principals to the firm’s leadership team, with key responsibilities for advancing the firm’s growth. Lisa Quackenbush and Randolph Meiklejohn AIA join the cadre of five Principals currently leading the nationally recognized architecture, planning, and preservation firm, located in Boston’s Back Bay.
“Lisa and Randolph have made profound impacts at Goody Clancy, and will now play increasingly critical roles,” Spillane says.” Since joining us in 2015, Lisa has brought energy, vision, and leadership to our marketing and business development efforts, launching a range of exciting new initiatives and enabling us to strengthen our relationships with our clients and business partners. Now as our Chief Marketing Officer, she will take on an expanded role in shaping our business strategy moving forward.” Prior to joining Goody Clancy, for 10-plus years Quackenbush owned cuePR, a marketing and business development consultancy in the architecture and engineering industry. This following her successful and award-winning career in the high intensity world of broadcast television news.
Meiklejohn joined Goody Clancy in 2011 to take on the newly created role of Director of Operations. “Randolph has made immense contributions to all aspects of our operations and management, and has played a leading role in staff recruitment and development, which for a design and planning firm is so critical to our ability to creatively address the needs of our clients,” says Spillane. In his expanded role, Meiklejohn will take on overall responsibility for business operations, quality control, technology, and HR. Meiklejohn was a practicing architect in Boston for 25 years, serving university, museum, and government clients prior to joining the firm. During this time, he developed specialized capabilities in the legal and financial aspects of professional design practice.
Says Spillane, “We are excited about the future of our firm, at a time when great changes in the world are reshaping the needs and challenges our clients face. Today’s announcement will enable us to strengthen our commitment to producing work that is compelling and transformative across each of our practice areas.”
About Goody Clancy
Goody Clancy (www.goodyclancy.com) is an architecture, planning, and preservation firm serving educational, governmental, and private sector clients and communities nationwide. We combine creative passion and a spirit of exploration with deep expertise and a rich appreciation of context. Our focus on each client’s defining purpose enables us to create spaces and communities that are strongly connected to who they are—and who they aspire to be. This approach leads to work that is visually distinctive and socially innovative—and client relationships that have extended over decades.