SRG Promotions: Lori Epler and Sarah Larson

May 10, 2023

Please join us in congratulating the following SRG team members:

Lori Epler, Senior Medical Planner, has been promoted to Principal. Lori is a key leader in Transforming Behavioral Health and has spoken at a variety of conferences and panels including The Changing Landscape of Behavioral Health and Reimagining Behavioral Emergency Environments this year. Next month, she will facilitate a Behavioral Health Symposium hosted by SRG for practitioners, advocates, and community members from the greater Seattle area. Her medical expertise has been invaluable on many projects including University of Washington’s Behavioral Health Teaching Facility, Signature Health, and Oregon State University’s Wellness Clinic. She’s also partnered with Anderson Brulé Architects in California to upgrade facilities that provide a public health safety net for California residents. She is a natural mentor and passionate about creating opportunities to expand SRG’s firm-wide expertise in medical design. Through her design process that is equal parts earnest and creative, she exceeds client expectations and finds solutions with flair. She is the consummate collaborative leader, and her approach is immensely important to SRG’s practice.

Sarah Larson (IIDA, NCIDQ, LEED GA), Interior Designer, has been promoted to Senior Associate. Since joining SRG in 2021, she consistently brings a spirit of exploration and collaboration. A conversation with her can spark a myriad of solutions and opportunities. With her work on The Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health, she’s investigating creative classroom solutions and how classroom design will inform learning styles of the future. She activates meetings and workshops with hands-on activities and supports a wide range of projects. She engages clients and team members by sharing her approach to carefully consider the impact of the built environment and her passion to create spaces that inspire, comfort, and delight. Her current research focuses on design for neurodiversity and healthy material selections. In addition to her SRG contributions, she’s an active member within the IIDA, speaking on an Advocacy Panel as well as being the current President Elect of the Northern Pacific Chapter. Through her project contributions, research, community engagement, and mentorship, she is instrumental in elevating SRG’s practice.


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