Racquel Davey is an architect and LEED accredited professional at ICON architecture. She is currently co-chair of the National Organization of Minority Architects for the Boston chapter. Davey is a designer that values both interior environments and technical coordination, and she focuses on institutional projects within existing buildings that explore creative, yet sustainable and historically sensitive design solutions. Davey is an advocate for collaborative design strategies that encompass space planning, furniture systems and technology, and is interested in new trends that can be pragmatically applied within academia. Her architectural studio experience in Brazil, Chile and China has informed her sense of not just working for people, but working with people, which has been fundamental in building client relations and achieving project successes. Davey received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Tufts University and Master of Architecture degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.