CJMW Celebrates New Leadership
CJMW Architecture and Interior Design is proud to announce new firm leaders and company-wide promotions as we transition ownership internally among an expanded group from among our talented team.
The new leadership team of four managing principals is drawn from current Board members and includes Kathleen Warner, who assumes the role of firm president and retains her role as Director of Interior Design; John Drinkard, the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), who retains his role as Chairman of the Board; Mike Griffin is the Director of Branch Offices, and Jeff Sowers is the Director of Architecture.
Coinciding with a transformational renovation in our Raleigh office and with our Winston-Salem and Lynchburg’s offices’ move to new locations, we celebrate the renewed creativity and breadth of perspective these changes bring in support of our mission to deliver great design and exceptional client service.
In addition to the new leadership, we are delighted to announce the elevation of the following individuals, many of whom have been with us for years, and all of whom have demonstrated leadership and commitment to CJMW not only in their project work, but beyond.
Named as new principals are Jim Dumminger AIA, GGP, Beth Faircloth, and Britton Sams.
New associate principals are Riann Adams, AIA; David Byington, AIA; Palmer Ferguson, AIA; Julie Poovey, RID, IIDA; Keagan Pope, AIA; and Rachel Pound, RID, IIDA.
In addition, two new Senior Associates and five new Associates were named. Jesse Brumfield and Carolyn Weaver are new senior associates.
New Associates are Carrigan Doble, AIA; Craig Johnson; Jennifer Martin, CPA; Craig Nightingale; and Kellie Overberg, AIA.
Former principals Tom Calloway and Alan Moore continue to work on key client projects and remain involved in the firm’s business development efforts.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be spotlighting our newly promoted team members so you can get to know the CJMW team a bit better. Check them out here on our blog!