Anne Barnes Crowley is a licensed architect with over 20 years of professional experience in architectural design, project management, and construction administration. She has held positions in all levels of architectural practice including staff architect, project manager, and office administrator.
Anne specializes in helping her clients successfully navigate the architectural process from beginning to end. She has a natural talent for listening to and understanding her clients' needs and desires. Her innate skills enable her to integrate her clients' needs with their schedule, budget, and construction realities—ultimately creating built environments that are both functional and elegant.
Anne works to empower individuals and organizations not only through her architectural practice, but also through her volunteer experience with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and The Literacy Council. In 1993, Anne helped found the Architects' Action Network, a grassroots organization that provides pro-bono professional architectural services for non-profits and local community groups. She is also a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
Anne holds a Master's Degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan, with additional studies in social work and women's issues. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her three rambunctious boys.