We are delighted to announce that Ashleigh Walton has joined Preservation Pittsburgh's Board this month!
Ashleigh serves as an architect and urban designer as a project manager of one Urban Design Associates' design teams. She travels extensively on charrette with a mission to craft livable, traditional urban places and responsive architecture. As a former assistant to the Town Architect in Beachtown, Galveston, she honed the skills of design review, a skill that she uses often as a consultant on a local historic review board and riverfront overlay district, in addition to communities across the country. She is an active member of the National Organization of Minority Architects, the Pittsburgh Young Architects Forum, the Pittsburgh AIA Leadership Institute and the New Urban Guild, and finds joy mentoring students who have the aspiration of becoming architects and designers. She holds a graduate degree from Andrews University.