While interning at the Design Museum in Boston, Pip became deeply immersed in the design industry while curating an exhibit that explored the art and mechanics of prosthetic devices. Since then, she has been fascinated by the creative process and motivated to work in an industry that uses design to make positive change and improve the way people live, work and play.
Pip works closely with Goody Clancy practice area leaders to craft project narratives, as well as thoughtful proposal packages for higher education clients. She also manages the firm’s social media presence and is most proud of her role in significantly growing Goody Clancy’s engagement and reach. The range of Pip’s creative and business development tasks allows her to hone her communication strategy skills to expand the firm’s portfolio of sustainable projects. Pip has her eyes set on pursuing clients with the vision to create inspirational education spaces, reduce carbon emissions, and cultivate a new generation of leaders and innovators.
Pip is an experienced (but rusty) violinist and has performed solos for Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" (many strings were broken leading up to this performance). She is also passionate about learning new languages, though her conversational Greek needs a lot of work. When she’s not ankles-deep in InDesign, Pip is curating her Spotify playlist repertoire, geeking out on video game design, or planning her next travel excursion.