BRUCE MCEVOY, AIA, LEED AP® BD+C Principal, Perkins + Will
Bruce McEvoy is an award-winning designer who passionately believes in the transformational power of design. Bruce believes our ideas and spaces should negotiate context, history, cultures, communities, and the natural environment while utilizing technology, our dreams and a healthy sense of humor.
Bruce consistently and successfully collaborates with some of the firm’s most significant clients. He works at a variety of scales on different project types to combine high-end design with high-performance environments. He is a member of the firm’s Design Leadership Forum and is responsible for conducting design reviews and pushing the design boundaries for our firm. In addition, Bruce is a member of the Executive Advisory Council for the College of Design at Georgia Tech and serves as Board Chair for the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), Atlanta’s only design-focused museum.
Dr. Dawn Haynie
Dr. Dawn Haynie is a professor and practitioner in design with expertise in urban design, architecture, interior design, and graphic design. Much of her current research and writing focuses on measures of street connectivity within the American city and their range relative to distinctive urban typologies, established normative models, recently revised professional standards, and the associated regulatory policies governing them.
She teaches interdisciplinary design courses in the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, including the domestic field school Design of Cities as a Collection of Spaces.
Kevin Lewis, Vice President, Innovation
Kevin Lewis is Vice President, Innovation, at 352 Inc. where he leads a cross functional team of product managers, user experience designers, user experience researchers, technology, and client innovation leaders, whose goal is to disrupt existing experiences in collaboration with our clients. Prior to joining 352 Inc, Lewis spent 15 years in the payments space in a variety of product development roles and most recently leading the Innovation Lab at the FinTech company, First Data. Prior to that, Lewis spent 10 years in the aerospace engineering and manufacturing space in sales and executive roles.
Lewis joined the School of Industrial Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology as an adjunct instructor. Having studied Design Thinking at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University (the d.school), he has also worked with a collection of public and primary schools through the Atlanta K-12 Design Challenge program and is a co-founder of Innovators Atlanta, an organization dedicated to building innovators in the Atlanta area through the education and application of Design Thinking.
A native of Atlanta, GA, Lewis holds an MBA from Georgia State University and a Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Georgia.