Ci Design Announces Promotions, New Hires

Boston – Ci Design, a Boston, Baltimore, and Raleigh-based architecture firm, recently promoted four team members to expand the Science and Technology (S&T) leadership team and added an architect and a senior designer to the firm.

Keirsten Deegan, AIA, has been promoted to principal. She has held numerous positions of increasing responsibility since starting with Ci in 2014. She will continue to lead S&T projects and will use her over 20 years of expertise to strengthen the practice group.

Jonathan Campanaro, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, was promoted to associate principal. He has been with the firm for nearly seven years and will be responsible for managing project teams, meeting with clients, and coordinating with engineering partners for S&T projects.

Sean Cullen, LEED AP O+M, was promoted to associate. Formerly a senior project designer, he has over 25 years of industry experience and has worked on technically complex S&T architecture projects, including laboratories and corporate offices.

Michael Klatecki, AIA, NCARB, has been promoted to associate. He previously held the position of project architect at Ci, and has over 35 years of industry experience, focusing on designing for S&T project types. He will continue to manage project teams while providing valuable expertise to S&T projects.

Lauren Gallagher, AIA, has been hired as architect at Ci. She joins Ci’s S&T practice group with six years of experience in the architecture industry. She comes from Sierra Architects, Inc., where she served as a project manager and contributed to a variety of projects.

Mariela Stoyanova has been hired as senior designer. She comes to Ci from CBT Architects. With over 10 years of industry experience, she will be a key contributor to the firm’s S&T projects.

At Ci Design, Deegan has been responsible for managing every aspect of S&T projects, from overseeing project schedules and communicating with clients to coordinating project teams.

Campanaro has more than 18 years of design experience with a focus on the technical side of science and technology, industrial manufacturing, infrastructure upgrades, and corporate office projects.

Gallagher holds a Master of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University.

Stoyanova earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Geodesy in Sofia, Bulgaria.

“Our science and technology practice continues to gain momentum, even amidst the disruption caused by the pandemic. This is an exciting time for Ci,” said Christopher Ladd, AIA, NCARB, Ci vice president and managing principal, Science & Technology.