Stephanie Sneary joined Square 134 Architects in 2016 with over 12 years of experience in the design industry. Her expertise includes single- and multi-family residential, retail, mixed use, and commercial interior architecture as well as transportation safety programming for the USDOT. She has previously worked at firms including Pyatok Architects in Oakland, CA, and Mulvanny G2, OTJ and Leidos in Washington D.C. Ms. Sneary served as a member of the Reston Planning and Zoning Committee from 2008-2011, where she reviewed and major development plans including for the Wiehle Avenue Metro Station. She holds a BA in Architectural History and Fine Arts with a minor in Urban Design as well as a Master of Architecture from Miami of Ohio. She is a registered architect and member of the AIA DC chapter and LEED Accredited Professional. She currently volunteers her time as Treasurer of the Langston Civic Association and board member at Historic Pleasant Grove Church in McLean, Virginia.