Zoe Cennami is a 2020 M.Arch graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Stuart Weitzman School of Design. She received her undergraduate degree at Trinity College in Connecticut (2017), where she studied Art History and minored in Architectural Studies. At Trinity, she received the John C.E. Taylor Prize in Architecture (2017) and Watkinson Creative Fellowship (2016). She studied abroad in Denmark (2016) and Rome (2014), studying architecture and sustainable design. Over the past years, Zoe strived to participate in volunteer opportunities in the Philadelphia community as well as extracurricular activities at Penn that focus on design for the greater good. Some of those include volunteering with the Community Design Collaborative, operating Penn Women in Design’s Outreach division and running the Mentor Program, and participating in Design Charrettes like the Gensler Designing for Disabilities Challenge. Zoe continues to volunteer and hope to push her career in a humanitarian focus. She has worked for five architecture firms and currently works as an Architectural Designer at WRT in Philadelphia, where their interdisciplinary teams work across a variety of scales to make a lasting impact on communities. She feels incredibly fortunate to work with a talented group of individuals and is excited to see what the future brings.