Randy Steiner, FAIA has more than forty-five years’ experience in architecture and design. While pursuing her M.Arch at Washington University in St. Louis, she teamed with classmates to create the Women in Architecture Symposium in 1975 which was one of the first national conferences focused on female architects.
Following working at Wilkes + Faulkner Architects in DC where she worked on the Great Ape House [Smithsonian National Zoo], renovation of the Federal Reserve Building Headquarters in Washington DC and residential projects, she joined the National Park Service as project architect within the Executive Residence dealing with preservation and energy conservation issues.
In 1990, she began her career as coordinator and faculty member of the Montgomery College Architecture Program until her retirement in 2018. In 2012, she created the Coalition of Community College Architecture Programs (CCCAP) to champion diversity and inclusion within the architectural profession and expand recognition and articulation for the community college graduates from the 150+ programs nationwide.