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Goody Clancy Announces the Promotion of Three New Principals

Action shots of Arjun Mande, Jefferson Poole, and Lori Ferriss

Goody Clancy is pleased to announce the promotion of Arjun Mande, Jefferson Poole, and Lori Ferriss to Principal.

“Arjun, Jefferson, and Lori have made remarkable contributions to our firm, our clients, our communities, and our profession,” said firm president David Spillane. “Their promotions strengthen our commitments to design excellence and sustainability on education and research campuses nationwide.”

Arjun Mande, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a passionate design leader responsible for a diverse portfolio of award-winning work that includes the Leventhal Center at Boston University, the Institute for Human Performance at SUNY Upstate Medical Center, and the Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth College. Arjun’s grounding in environmentally sensitive architecture and urban design—gained while traversing two subcontinents—underpins his comprehensive approach to design for energy, water, resources, and the creation of healthy, equitable places.

Jefferson Poole, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is committed to advancing transformative design that integrates the principles of sustainability. He is the Northeast co-chair for the BuildingGreen Sustainable Design Leaders Network. He has led the design of a broad range of campus buildings, with a particular focus on major science projects that include the Integrated Sciences Complex at UMass Boston, the Engineering Research Building at Virginia Commonwealth University, and the Integrated Science Center 4 at William & Mary.

Lori Ferriss, AIA, PE, LEED AP BD+C, is a nationally recognized leader in sustainable stewardship for the built environment and the 2023 Chair of the AIA Committee on the Environment. As Director of Sustainability and Climate Action, Lori has led firmwide sustainability initiatives and provided leadership on projects that most recently include the renewal of the Burton Conner residence hall at MIT and a research report on building reuse and climate action for Agnes Scott College.

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