During the over 35 years of her career, Victoria G. David, AIA, Assoc DBIA, LEED GA, has planned and designed research, development and manufacturing facilities for a variety of clients both nationally and internationally, including advanced technology, health care, corporate and non-profit research and development, academic, analytical and medical device fields. She served on national juries, presented at numerous national conferences, written several articles for nationally recognized publications and participated on national committees including LEEDS for Labs, which is dedicated to disseminating information on industry best practices for laboratory planning and design. She is a co-director of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the I2SL and is on the Advisory Board of SEFA. Her myriad project roles include project management, strategic facility planning, master planning, laboratory programming, planning and design, project coordination, facility assessment, renovation and new design. Victoria leads the Science + Technology Studio and mentors junior staff to help them grow personally and professionally in the practice of laboratory architecture.