Megan Altendorf, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Associate
Boston, MA, USA
Megan is an Architect and Project Manager who joined MASS in 2021. Prior to MASS she worked on a variety of project types ranging from single-family residential, small commercial, tenant improvement renovations, masterplanning, and most recently, managing complex affordable and market rate housing projects of up to nearly 300 units. Aside from a diverse portfolio, Megan’s passion for social justice and affordable housing has guided her career. She has volunteered in a variety of capacities such as leading advocacy efforts for AIA Seattle’s Committee on Homelessness, where she helped push the city’s groundbreaking inclusionary zoning legislation through City Council. She had done pro bono work for Architects Without Borders and volunteered with All Hands and Hearts Smart Response following the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal. She has been a guest panelist for undergraduate and graduate level architecture courses and served on a task force for the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) helping develop the cut score for the Architectural Registration Exam. Megan earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree at Oklahoma State University in 2011 where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and was awarded the AIA Henry Adams School Medal.