Catherine Davis moved to England with her family when she was 12. She is a graduate of Westminster University, the Architectural Association and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.
Catherine began her career working for the US Department of the Interior as an Historic Architect on projects such as Death Valley, Fort Moultrie, YorkTown Battlefield, and the Quincy Adams Homestead. Catherine developed new methods and specifications in these projects by incorporating the prior experience she gained as an apprentice architect working on Victorian buildings in London.
Catherine returned to Cambridge MA where she launched her own practice, CED and Associates, specializing in all aspects of the built environment and the underlying business and financial considerations of real estate development and environmental stewardship.
Catherine pioneered the concept of a portfolio career and considers herself a “re-entrepreneur,” having carved out a unique path pursuing multiple business ventures. Inventive, pragmatic and agile, Catherine exemplifies her exploratory approach in all her professional choices.
As planners, public health officials, developers and municipalities have begun to emphasize the integration of natural and constructive green spaces into the built environment, Catherine is uniquely qualified to apply both her expertise and career-long professional commitment to restoration, preservation and the prominence of parklands in our cities.
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