Sloan studied at Erie Community College, followed by SUNY New Paltz where she received her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Sloan then attended the Architecture Association School in London, England where she received a Master of Arts in Housing and Urbanism. In addition, she received her Master of Architecture degree from Illinois Institute of Technology.
After graduating, Sloan found her foundation of interest in the field of development. Her propensity toward construction and details led to her establish a new course in design for elementary students in 2015.
Sloan’s 20-year architectural career has given her the opportunity to work on many diverse projects. Her sense of detail has aided her in projects such as luxury custom condominiums, multi-family residential, hospitality and hotel, financial institutions, higher education, healthcare, and many research and clinical laboratories.
Though her projects have been diverse, she has consistently been detail-oriented and client service driven.
If I were not an architect, I would be: a Toy Designer/Entrepreneur/Graphic Novelist
My proudest achievement: Giving a 20 minute speech I wrote in Finnish at the National Rotary Conference in Finland
One person – living or not – that I would like to meet: Confucius
3 words that describe what I think makes a great designer: Creative, Mindful, Attentive