Veronica Gomez is a Designer at Brininstool + Lynch. She received the Alpha Rho Chi Medal upon graduation from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2015. She was also valedictorian of UIC CADA (College of Architecture, Design and the Arts). Gomez completed her Master of Architecture with Thesis from Rice University. Her Thesis title “Claiming the Line-Ephemeral Boundary US-Mexico Borderline Reimagined”, which explores complex dynamics at the border reflected on a series of mix media designs, was widely published by Rice Magazine. Veronica was the recipient of the Gene Hackerman Award to an outstanding woman in Architecture from Rice School of Architecture. During her time working at Weathers LLC with Sean Lally, she was a designer of BOLD: Alternative Scenarios for Chicago as part of the 2015 Architectural Biennial. Before joining Brininstool + Lynch, Veronica worked as an Architectural Designer for Carlos Jimenez Studio in Houston, TX, where she was a designer for Rice Library Service Center, Won Buddhist Temple, Darcy Street House and J & J Philips House.