Apr 2007 - Present
Aug 2006 - Apr 2007
Managed several high profile retail clients and consistently delivered projects on time and under budget.
Developed working relationships with repeat clients.
Jun 2005 - Aug 2006
Created and maintained strong project teams.
Was well respected by consultants, easing project delivery and timelines.
Delivered projects on time and under budget.
Apr 2005 - Jun 2006
Worked on the company's first $100,000,000 project
Lead the Religious studio when lead designer and project manager were away on personal leave.
Mentored interns and facilitated with their IDP development.
Was a founding member of the Schmidt Associates Toastmasters club.
Kellie Malcolm is a graduate of Ball State's prestigious College of Architecture and Planning. During her years at CAP, Ms. Malcolm completed both her BS in Environmental Design as well as her professional BArch degree. Her work at Ball State allowed her to branch out into regional planning through community design workshops, enabling her to work side by side with members of the community as well as other design professionals. Her work with these workshops was recognized in the Indianapolis Regional Center 2020 Plan.
Ms. Malcolm's professional career has been diverse and rewarding. Her first four years out of school were spent working in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas, before moving to Warsaw to work in her family's business. While in Indianapolis, she worked with several nationally recognized firms including Schmidt Associates.
Ms. Malcolm has achieved many professional designations, among them, she is a Registered Architect, a Licensed Real Estate Sales Person, and LEED AP.
In her free time, Ms. Malcolm is an avid animal rights proponent volunteering her time at shelters and with transport rescues. She is also an accomplished violinist and runner. Compassion is something very important in Ms. Malcolm's life and she feels it helps her be a better person and designer.
To work in a firm where my own skills will be of value and built upon-a firm where I can grow as an Architect and as a member of my community.