Tammy Pearce Named Notable Woman in STEM

Tammy Pearce, structural designer and business development associate in GRAEF's Chicago office was recently named a Notable Woman in STEM by Crain's Chicago Business.

Pearce brings over 13 years of experience in structural design to GRAEF. She has been involved in the development of many high-profile and meaningful projects such as the reconstruction of the Yankee Stadium, renovations of the United Nations building, Bar Stool Sports facilities, Northwestern University Residential; and a variety of healthcare facilities including Carle Hospital, Centegra Hospital, Vassar Brothers Hospital (NY), Aurora Medical Center, among others.

Outside the standard work day, Pearce dedicates her efforts to help expose young people to the industry and supports organizations focused on improving the lives of those from underserved communities. She is a board member for the Habitat for Humanity Chicago and Chicago ACE Mentorship Program. She also serves as a delegate for CREW careers and frequently volunteers with STEM programs throughout Chicago Public Schools.

Pearce is an Associate of the firm, and a graduate of Cornell University.