Elizabeth Schultz is an energetic, self-motivated, and creative life adventurer. Growing up in southwest Missouri, Elizabeth daydreamed of dynamic cities, buildings rich in character, vibrant communities, and all things design. Her curious and intuitive nature for understanding how places evolve and change over time took her into the study of architecture and community planning.
Elizabeth’s academic foundation includes a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Community Planning in Urban Design, and Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. During her undergraduate and graduate study, she worked at three architecture firms in the United Kingdom, New York, and Washington DC, through the university’s cooperative education placement program. During this time, she strengthened her interest and passion for designing large-scale sustainable development.
Elizabeth’s project experience includes dozens of architectural and innovative planning projects spans the coasts and across the globe. She greatly enjoys working across a variety of sectors, including education, health-care, mixed-use, multi-modal, research, residential, streetscape, transportation, and workplace.
After living on the east coast and west coast, Elizabeth is incredibly excited to be in Kansas City closer to family and friends.
Interesting facts about Elizabeth:
Elizabeth’s first flight was to her college interview.
No one likes to move…but Elizabeth HATES it. She lived at 18 different addresses in a 12-year stretch. Thankfully, she has finally settled into a home of her own, and her moving days are behind her…we hope for a very long time!
Elizabeth’s living space in Seattle was a 201-sf micro-apartment, which offered a bathroom but no kitchen.
Elizabeth didn’t consider herself a coffee snob until moving back to the Midwest. She is still searching for a PERFECT iced vanilla latte in Kansas City and welcomes suggestions of local cafes to try a cup of brew.