Mosaic Associates Architects has promoted Callie Gaspary to associate partner.
Gaspary has been with Mosaic for more than 16 years. She started as a designer with the firm, shortly after graduating from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 2009, she became a registered architect and joined the American Institute of Architects. Gaspary has served as project manager on the new science center for Hudson Valley Community College and was a co-manager for Schenectady City School District’s capital project. She has worked for numerous clients in the PK-12 market, including Shenendehowa Central School District, Lowville Academy and Central School District, and Lake Placid Central School District. Gaspary also graduated from the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Institute in March 2014.
She was recently named president elect of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) Northeast Regional chapter. She is past president of the A4LE New York Chapter. Gaspary has been affiliated with this organization, formerly known as the Council for Educational Facility Planners International, for the last three years. Prior to her presidency, she served on planning committees connected to the northeast conferences for A4LE. She was recognized at the 2014 northeast conference for her excellence in organizing multiple tours for the conference.
“Callie has been instrumental to the growth of Mosaic and we look forward to her taking on a larger leadership role within the company in the years to come,” said partner Mike Fanning.