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Natalie Petzoldt to Advise Center for Health Research & Design (CHRD)
Natalie Petzoldt, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, has been selected to be an Advisory Council Member for the Center for Health Research & Design (CHRD). As part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, the CHRD is a multidisciplinary research center aimed at improving the physical and virtual environments for health and delivery of care. Representing the design community, Natalie has the unique opportunity to help integrate academia, innovation, and design professions.
As a principal and St. Louis’s Health Market Leader, Natalie has played a key role in the planning and design of the firm’s most significant healthcare engagements, including academic medical centers, ambulatory centers, pediatric and oncology facilities along with strategic facility master planning. Appreciated by clients for her understanding of the healthcare industry, Natalie accounts for industry disruption and market factors in care settings across numerous specialties and service lines in every design solution. Natalie previously earned recognition as a Building Design + Construction 40 Under 40 recipient and, she was one of the first fellows in CannonDesign’s Healthcare Fellowship program, in which she now serves as a mentor.