How did our female leaders get to where they are today and what decisions or challenges motivated their successes? Join Women in Design on October 23 at 5:30pm for the 6th segment of the 2018 Women's Leadership Series featuring Marsha Hoffman, AIA with SFS Architecture.
Marsha has more than 30 years of comprehensive architectural experience. She has provided leadership and oversight on several high profile projects, including the renovation of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri, the Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse and the adaptive reuse of the iconic King Louie Building to create the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. Marsha’s ability to collaborate with client groups, lead project teams, facilitate workshops, and achieve consensus among diverse user groups has resulted in successful projects. Her portfolio of work encompasses the design of a wide variety of building types, including academic, worship, workplace and civic, among others. As a partner and principal at SFS Architecture since 2006, Marsha helps to lead the studio in all aspects of practice management, including design, business development, finance and operations. In addition, she helps to mentor young staff members and plays a key role in the firm’s civic engagement activities. In recent years the firm has strengthened its position as one of the region’s leading design firms through its involvement in a variety of notable projects, several of which were led by Marsha. SFS has also experienced significant revenue growth accompanied by a corresponding increase in staff.