Korey Danielle White is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Denver, earning both a Master of Architecture and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning. She moved here from the midwest after earning a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign. Her educational exploration allowed her to work in an interdisciplinary manner at the intersection of architecture and urban planning. Above all she is concerned with creating the best built environment for all users and citizens.
In her first full time position after graduate school, Korey is working as an architectural intern at Path21 Architecture in Denver, CO. She works on anything and everything from hospitals to high-end jewelry stores.
She has served on the AIA Colorado Board of Directors as the student director, while also serving as the AIAS UC Denver Chapter President, 2012-2013. Currently, she is on the Housing Colorado Design by Community Steering Committee and nationally on the AIAS Advocacy Committee working in support of the National Design Services Act.