Natasha Morris is a Senior Associate and Project Manager at CollinsWoerman, providing leadership on a wide-range of Office, Retail, and Mixed-Use projects within the firm’s Commercial Area of Practice. Previous experience within Healthcare, Science and Technology, and Tribal projects afford diversity to Natasha’s knowledge, further allowing her to apply her concentration in technical design and project management to creatively solve problems and deliver innovative and sustainable solutions to the local urban environment. Select projects with CollinsWoerman include Urban Union in Seattle and Kirkland Urban in Kirkland Washington.
Natasha received her Bachelors of Science in Architectural Engineering from California Polytechnic State University. She holds her Masters of Business Administration from Washington State University.
Natasha leads CollinsWoerman’s Young Professionals recruitment and mentoring efforts, and is a member of their Career Development Initiative Team. She held the Vice Chair position for the Snoqualmie Planning Commission for three years. As the Membership Manager for the Young Professionals Committee and Seattle Chapter, Natasha serves to build and strengthen networks and leadership opportunities across multiple disciplines and professional organizations within the Seattle area.
CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Workshop Held at 2017 Conference
29 Oct 2017, Event Report – The CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Committee held its third annual meeting and…
CTBUH Leaders Connect at 2017 Conference
29 Oct 2017, Event Report – The Annual Leaders Meeting was held the day before the start of the CTBUH 2017…
CTBUH Seattle Hosts a Tall Timber Seminar
22 Jun 2017, Event Report – The CTBUH Seattle YPC heard from industry experts at a tall timber presentation,…
31 Oct 2017 –
CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference
Chair: Natasha Epstein, CollinsWoerman; Antony Wood, CTBUH; Lester Partridge, LCI Australia Pty; David Pontarini, Hariri Pontarini Architects
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