In this episode of I Hear Design, Mark Sullivan and Megan Pritts with JZA+D talk with interiors+sources editor Robert Nieminen about the importance of cultivating new talent through mentoring, and what both young and seasoned professionals should look for in the mentor-mentee relationship.
Learn more about our guests:
Mark A. Sullivan, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, an architect and partner with integrated design firm JZA+D, has 28 years of experience in institutional, commercial, residential and government projects. With JZA+D since 2013, he serves as the central point of communication for projects and their constituents.
Megan Pritts, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is an Architectural Designer and Project Manager at JZA+D. A graduate of Syracuse University (Bachelor of Architecture in 2012) she has been a project manager for several hospitality, institutional and commercial projects, as well as a conceptual design for the Atlantic Yards competition.
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