Tatiana has over 16 years of diversified healthcare planning and design experience. She has maintained major responsibilities across a broad spectrum of projects leading planning teams in the creation of innovative facilities throughout the United States. These experiences have regularly provided her direct exposure to state-of-the-art health delivery systems and hospitals from which she is able to bring fresh insights to each new project. Her approach stresses the importance of creating innovative planning that maximizes operational efficiencies and allows for future flexibility and adaptability, while designing healing environments for patients, staff and families.
In 2015, Tatiana was elected President of the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health after serving several years as a Board Member.
Ms. Guimaraes holds a Master of Architecture in Health Concentration, Clemson University.
Bachelor of Architecture and Urbanism, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and is an Associate of American Institute of Architects