SBA Welcomes Four

Boston, MA – Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) is pleased to announce that Lyuba Sardanova has joined as a Manager in the firm’s Interior Design studio. Lyuba has a Master of Arts in Interior Architecture from The New England School of Design and a Master in Fine Art in Painting from the National Academy of Art in Bulgaria.

Yoochul Roe has joined SBA as a Designer Manager, bringing more than 18 years of project experience to the frim. Yoochul earned a Master of Architecture with Distinction from the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at University of Michigan. His expertise spans multiple market sectors and building types and portfolio includes projects such as the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building at Northeastern University, Woodruff Health Science Center at Emory University, and Veteran Affairs Medical Center.  Yoochul is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB), Boston Society Architects, and The American Institute of Architects. Yoochul is a LEED Green Associate.

Anastasia Grunwald has joined SBA as a Marketing Manager for the Boston Office.  Anastasia worked as a marketing coordinator for a Boston-based engineering firm before coming on board at SBA.  As a strategic marketing professional, she brings experience in proposal planning and development, client account management, and brand-base collateral creation to our firm. Anastasia received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Merrimack College.

Emily Adams has joined SBA as a Graphic Designer in the firm’s Boston office. Emily comes to SBA with Bachelors of Art from George Washington University. She is currently enrolled in the Master of Art program at New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University where she is majoring in Graphic Design. 

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