Pamela Delphenich former director and education practice area leader in Gensler’s Boston office. Prior to that, she was director of campus planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she oversaw the physical development of the campus as well as planning for the institute’s international initiatives. Before MIT, she was university planner at Yale. Delphenich is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a Fellow of the Association of University Architects, a member of the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Women Principals Group, and received the BSA Women in Design 2011 Award of Excellence. She is on the North Atlantic Council of SCUP and has co-chaired SCUP’s National Campus Heritage Symposium as well as several regional conferences. Delphenich holds a Master of Architecture from the University of California Los Angeles, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Wesleyan University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University.