Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham is senior campus planner at University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is responsible for facilities and urban planning to support the comprehensive planning and design activities of the campus. She was responsible for programming of the campus master plan and has managed the planning of major capital projects, including Harold Alfond Hall/ISOM addition, the Integrated Science Building, the Berkshire Dining Commons renovation, the Southwest Residential Area Concourse, the Comprehensive Academic and Classroom Facilities Plan, and the Library Master Plan. Most recently, she managed the planning for the Student Union renovation and the development of swing space during its construction.
Pavlova-Gillham has a bachelor’s of art in architecture and European cultural studies from Princeton University and a master’s of architecture from Columbia University. She sits on the North Atlantic Regional Council of the Society of College and University Planners, board of directors of AIA Massachusetts, and is president of Western MA AIA.