News | July 30th 2018

CBT Appoints Vickie Alani to Principal and Names 12 New Associate Principals

CBT is pleased to announce the appointment of Vickie Alani to Principal and the promotion of 12 new Associate Principals! These promotions recognize key individuals who have made noteworthy contributions to the growth and success of the firm and will act as leaders for its future. 

Alani joined CBT in 2016 and her expertise in multifamily residential design and hospitality continues to diversify the firm’s local and international portfolio of excellence in the built environment. She brings to the role 30 years of professional experience in both architecture and interior design, and has received global recognition for her work, including The National Association of Home Builders Annual Pillars of the Industry Award and honorable mention in the International Interior Design Association’s Hospitality Awards. A uniquely holistic designer who embraces a balanced pragmatic and artistic approach, Vickie directs each project with a seasoned understanding of coordination and management, while enriching the design with aesthetic sensibilities. 

“Vickie is a dynamic new addition to our design team. Her unwavering artistic perspective and sharp business acumen have led to significant growth for CBT’s multifamily residential and hospitality practice sectors,” said David Nagahiro, Principal at CBT. “We continually challenge conventional thinking, and Vickie’s insights and courageous design approach will enhance and create the next generation of influence in the multifamily residential industry. We are thrilled to have her share her expertise throughout the firm.”

CBT also recognizes excellence in professional leadership in the elevation of twelve staff members to Associate Principal. Congratulations to Mitch Bush, Henry Celli, Steven Cockcroft, Noelle Drewicz, Nirva Fereshetian, Kate Finn, Sae Kim, Adrian LeBuffe, Maureen O’Brien, Maren Reepmeyer, Kent Southard, and Andrew Wang on their recent promotion! 
 

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