Sherri von Wolfe

Sherri spent her childhood in Santa Fe, where she earned her BS in Physical Therapy and MA in Counseling from the University of New Mexico. After her own children were school-aged, she found her true passion in creating nurturing and beautiful spaces that positively affect the way we live and connect with our physical and social worlds. Her interests in art, and the dynamic relationships between people and place, lend themselves well to the creative, collaborative programming process linking client vision and needs with meaningful and functional spaces.

Sherri began at MRV many years ago as Interior Designer/Architectural Assistant, working on projects such as Thunder Mountain High School and Harborview Elementary School. She left the firm briefly to attend the University of Oregon to get her second Master’s. While there she continued to work, as a Planning Assistant and LEED Administrator for numerous local projects. She returned to Alaska in 2012, and is currently Project Manager for the University of Alaska Southeast Student Residence Hall project.

Background

Master of Architecture, University of Oregon (2012)