Her design and consulting commissions have included major US research universities as well as cultural institutions and art and design programs in the US and in Europe. Barrett has served on the Board of Trustees for Penland School of Crafts, as a visiting evaluator for the American Landscape Association Accreditation Board, and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design’s Commission on Accreditation. She is currently a visiting evaluator for NASAD.
Managing Partner, Mass Ave Properties, LLC
Prior to joining Skanska, Zeina served as a Vice President with Beacon Capital Partners where she oversaw approximately 2 million square feet of new development in Seattle, San Francisco, and Virginia. More recently, Zeina oversaw asset management of Beacon’s 2.8 million square foot high-rise office portfolio in Boston.
She earned her MBA, Real Estate from Columbia University and her Bachelor of Science and Professional Degree in Architecture, from McGill University.
Executive Director, Design Museum Foundation
Design is everywhere, so the museum has no permanent address — instead, Sam and his team turn the museum inside out and turn entire cities into locally-focused, nomadic design museums. Sam earned a BFA in Industrial Design from Rochester Institute of Technology and went on to design consumer electronics at Bose Corporation, as well as to teach design at Wentworth Institute of Technology, MassArt, and Babson College — where he earned his MBA.
With a passion for design, creativity, and learning, Sam creates a long-term vision for the museum and leads a dedicated team while managing key programs and strategic operations. In 2013 Sam and his team were named one of BostInno’s 50 on Fire.
Board Emeritus • Principal, Silverman Trykowski Associates
David is active in the design community as an educator, and teaches at the BAC, where he has also served on the Board of Trustees and as President of the Alumni Association. In 2012, David received the Award for Excellence in Teaching given by the BSA + AIA College of Fellows.