Lee Goodman - Associate
has been a designer since she was a little girl, when she used to create villages for her matchbox cars in her sandbox. (She would even set up tiny parks and retention basins.) The daughter of an engineer, she took mechanical drafting courses when her fellow female students were baking cakes in home economics.
She attended Michigan State University and graduated with a degree in interior design, which she put to use after graduation designing medical offices. Eventually, she attended Kent State University and graduated at the top of her class with a Bachelors of Architecture. Soon after, she was persuaded by a professor to continue with her studies and received a Masters of Architecture from the School of Urban Design at Kent State University.
Lee has a strong interest in the field of historic preservation and has been known to stop in the middle of traffic in order to photograph important Greek Revival houses, which makes her a menace to motorists everywhere.
Lee lives in a home she designed near Vermilion with her husband Michael and their cat Napoleon.
Lee holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1993) and a Master of Architecture degree (1997) from Kent State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University (1983).