2022 Sho-Ping Chin Women's Leadership Summit Grant
Intermediate Healthcare Architect, E4H (Environments for Health Architecture)
University of Virginia (B.Arch, minor in global sustainability)
Virginia Tech Washington Alexandria Architecture Center (M.Arch)
Sangyoon Park is an intermediate healthcare architect at E4H (Environments for Health Architecture) living in Alexandria, Virginia. She is a proud second-generation Korean American who grew up in Northern Virginia. She completed her undergraduate B.S. in architecture at the University of Virginia with a minor in global sustainability, and shortly after finished her Master of Architecture in 2018 at the WAAC (Washington Alexandria Architecture Center) satellite of Virginia Tech.
At the office, outside of her work on medical clinics, imaging centers, and freestanding emergency departments, Sangyoon is currently co-leading a WELL AP and LEED Green Associate study group among her peers, and also helping to orchestrate presentations for an in-office group of emerging professionals. At home, she continues her great love for creativity and design through mediums of food, event-planning, and painting. She is very grateful to be a recipient of the 2022 Sho-Ping Chin WLS Grant and to bring home and share everything learned at this year’s AIA Women’s Leadership Summit.