Courtney Creenan-Chorley is a Project Architect registered in New York State. She is experienced leading multi-disciplined design teams on projects of national historic significance as well as higher education. Past projects have won local, state and national design, planning and preservation awards and have been published nationally. With experience across all project planning, design and construction phases, Courtney leads clients and projects from inception to completion. She is the current President of the Buffalo Architecture Foundation, a not-for-profit seeking to spread design and architectural appreciation through education programming, design competitions and public events to all populations including K-12 and adults alike. Her involvement in the preservation community also includes assisting in the planning of the 50th Association for Preservation Technology Conference, held in Buffalo, NY in fall 2018. Courtney received Masters degrees in Architecture and Urban Planning from SUNY at Buffalo.