The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) recently announced that Tracy Caisse, AIA, EDAC, has been promoted to associate principal.
Caisse, a resident of Glastonbury, Ct., joined SLAM in 2005 and is a registered architect, serving as a designer and healthcare planner who manages and provides technical expertise for the firm’s national healthcare and medical education projects. Caisse actively attends national conferences and has presented about patient-centered care at the Planetree International Conference. She has also achieved Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification, which provides a method for developing design solutions that are rooted in research to help achieve a healthcare client’s desired goals and improved outcomes.
Her leadership skills extend outside of the firm, serving local organizations, as Director on the Board of Professional Women in Construction’s CT Chapter (PWC-CT) and as chairperson of the Mentorship Committee providing opportunities for students interested in pursuing careers within the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. In 2019, Tracy received an Excellence in Mentoring Award from PWC-CT. Caisse is a member of the American Institute of Architects and holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language from Roger Williams University.