The Director of University Space Management and Utilization is responsible for overseeing all aspects of UNC Charlotte’s integrated space management program to ensure that campus space is utilized efficiently and effectively, and to ensure that the allocation of all space meets the highest and best use in the context of institutional strategic priorities.
Kathryn brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this new position. Most recently she served in a similar position in the Capital Planning and Space Management department at Georgia Tech. During her time there she worked on both the University System of Georgia Board of Regents Space Utilization Initiative and the Georgia Tech Academic Space Assessment and Improvement Strategy. Prior her time at Georgia Tech, she worked in private architectural practice for several Charlotte area firms. As a member of the FWA firm, she served as the project manager for UNC Charlotte’s Student Union project. Kathryn is a registered architect (RA) and has been very active in the Society for College and University Planners (SCUP) at both the national and regional levels. She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from North Carolina State University and a Master of Architecture from Clemson University.
Her office is located the Facilities Management building, Room 212. She can be reached at x78251, firstname.lastname@example.org