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Goody Clancy Announces New Associates

We are delighted to announce the promotions of An Hoang, Charly Kring, Daniel Quartararo, Elyse King, Jake Hyde, Jason Lee, John Benson, Kristen Caulk, and Rachael Gerry to Associate! 

An Hoang joined Goody Clancy as a summer intern in 2021 and transitioned to a full-time role in 2022 after earning her master’s degree. She is active in BosNOMA, serving as the Career Development Co-Chair, and is one of the organizers of Goody Clancy’s mentorship group pilot program. Most recently, she has provided valuable contributions to the College of Business at Coppin State University and the Olin Library Renewal at Cornell University. 

Charly Kring joined our practice in 2019 and earned her architect registration in 2023. She has taken on roles with the Boston Preservation Alliance’s Young Advisors Board and is co-chair for the Zero Net Carbon Collaboration. Charly has been instrumental in several regenerative renewal projects, including Balch Hall at Cornell University, Fayerweathers Residence Hall at Dartmouth College, and the Physics Building renovation at the University of Virginia. 

Since joining Goody Clancy in 2017, Daniel Quartararo has played an invaluable leadership role on several projects, most notably the phased renewal of the Chemistry Building at SUNY Stony Brook. Known for his natural leadership skills, Daniel is highly regarded for his ability to build strong relationships with both clients and colleagues. 

Elyse King joined us in 2019 while completing her master’s degree, following her prior experience in the Campus Design and Construction Department at her alma mater, Sheridan College. Since then, Elyse has taken on increasing responsibilities within our Science and Technology practice, most recently serving as the Project Architect for the renewal of the Natural Science Building at SUNY Purchase. 

Before joining Goody Clancy, Jake Hyde led a graduate-level studio course at the University of Texas at San Antonio, emphasizing design as a connective tool. Since becoming part of our team in 2023, he has successfully managed projects including the Olin Library Renewal at Cornell University and the Coleman Hall Renovation at Babson College. Additionally, he is the firm’s second WELL-accredited professional. 

Jason Lee joined our firm earlier this year, bringing experience from leadership positions at international firms, work as an OPM, and DEI consulting through a firm he founded. He is a member of the International Living Future Institute’s Just Label Technical Advisory Board and serves as the Board of Directors Chair for LivableStreets Alliance, a local nonprofit advocating for better transportation solutions. At Goody Clancy, Jason has been a vital team member on a renewal project at Boston College. 

John Benson joined Goody Clancy in 2023, bringing with him over 25 years of experience in designing science and technology buildings on higher education campuses. He is currently serving as the Project Manager for the renewal of the Natural Science Building at SUNY Purchase and is providing technical design support for the renovation of Olney Hall at UMass Lowell. 

Kristen Caulk‘s passion for architecture is deeply rooted in her love of historic buildings. Since joining us in 2022, she has leveraged her background in preservation and her enthusiasm for emerging tools and technologies. Kristen has contributed invaluable preservation experience and technical skills to the renewal of Fayerweathers Residence Hall at Dartmouth College and the Andrews House study at Brown University. 

Since joining Goody Clancy in 2020, Rachael Gerry has significantly contributed to our practice through her involvement with our Sustainability Champions Group and the Exterior Envelope Committee. She is playing a crucial role at the intersection of envelope and sustainability in our renovation projects for Olney Hall at UMass Lowell and the Williams School of Business at Washington and Lee University. 

Congratulations and thank you to our colleagues for the valuable contributions you have made and will continue to make to our work and our future!

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