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Ms. Seligson is an Architect, Artist and Educator. She holds a Masters of Architecture, since1983, as well as a Degree in Fine Arts from Syracuse University. She has worked in association with Mr. DeLizzio for over 25 years. Her professional experience incorporates teaching positions in Architecture and Art, including University of Houston, Montgomery College, Visiting Critic at University of Maryland School of Architecture, and the New Jersey Association for Children with Learning Disabilities.
Her art and architecture have been exhibited in private shows and juried exhibitions for over 20 years; most recently in Virginia, Washington, DC, Texas and New York. Among her awards are AIA, Art by Architects, Potomac Chapter, and First Place Citation by the Department Chair of Fine Arts, Georgetown University (juried exhibition). With DeLizzio Architects, she is the recipient of numerous awards. Her written work and articles about her Architecture includes publications in numerous local papers. Her Master’s Degree thesis in Architectural History was instated as required reading for the Undergraduate Architecture program at University of Houston.
Ms. Seligson’s experience with Community, Educational and Institutional projects, and her teaching and lecturing, have provided her with the ability to deal in extremely efficient and clearly communicable ways with all participants in the programming, design, and construction process. As well as Historic Preservation Boards, she has worked with numerous local & federal agencies including MDW, CHESDIV, US Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore (including Fort Belvoir, Fort McNair, Fort Meyer and Fort Meade), US Marine Corps, CIA, US Secret Service.
Her diverse experience includes the planning, design and construction administration of over 300 Institutional, Religious, Educational, Community, and Commercial Projects