Callie Kesel holds degrees in both architecture and interior architecture from Auburn University, where she participated in the school’s famed Rural Studio. While at Auburn, Callie distinguished herself with numerous awards and scholarships for both her work and service, including the Alpha Rho Chi Medal. At Brininstool + Lynch, she has contributed to the firm’s recent multi-family residential projects, 369 W Grand and Morse Street, and contributes to the firm’s marketing efforts. On Morse St., Callie worked extensively on the exterior modeling and detailing, while working closely with the project’s façade consultant. Prior to joining B+L, she worked for Marlon Blackwell Architects in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Callie is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Chicago Women in Architecture, and she has served as a mentor in AIA Chicago’s Architects in Schools program since moving to Chicago.