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March 30, 2022

Promos John MacKay web

MacKay

Promos Jennifer Stormont web

Stormont

Promos Eric Nothdurft web

Nothdurft

Promos Cory Mattheis web

Mattheis

Promos Amber Mauer web

Mauer

Promos Whitney Pearce web

Pearce

Promos Nicole Verkist web

Verkist

Miller Hull has promoted Amber Mauer, Cory Mattheis, Eric Nothdurft, Jennifer Stormont, John MacKay, Nicole Verkist and Whitney Pearce to senior associate. Mauer, who works out of the San Diego office, directs business development for Miller Hull. Mauer is active with Urban Land Institute and the Downtown San Diego Partnership. A design leader within the firm, Cory Mattheis’ role is centered around establishing design direction and ensuring that the main idea is reinforced as the project progresses. His work explores the role of physical and digital representation as an iterative design tool.

As a project manager, Eric Nothdurft is involved in all aspects of a project. He is often involved in the firm’s U.S. State Department projects. Jennifer Stormont is a designer with more than 20 years of experience in designing for office, mixed-use, hospitality, and academic projects. A registered architect with a focus on interior design, she leads the firm’s Interiors Lab. John MacKay’s technical knowledge of the construction process, diverse building techniques, and systems coordination plays a critical role in his projects across LEARN, GATHER and LIVE sectors.

A trained architect, Nicole Verkist manages Miller Hull’s visual communications, including project graphics, award submittals, and presentation materials. For the last ten years, Verkist has been at the seam of architecture and marketing. Whitney Pearce is both a project architect and project manager who works on projects of all scales across a variety of typologies.