Haley is the Principal of the Philadelphia Health Sciences Studio. With more than 25 years of experience, she leads the design process for many nationally-acclaimed healthcare projects. Her leadership and guidance of project team designers has been instrumental in growing NORR’s Health Sciences Center of Excellence. Her work has resulted in recognition from several organizations, including the Best Healthcare Award from the Philadelphia Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), the prestigious Vista award from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the American Hospital Association. A recent award, the Health Facilities Symposium User-Centered Award, reflects her commitment to delivering a design project that incorporates all perspectives – patients, family and care givers and clinicians.
Haley’s carefully honed knowledge of design and sensitivity to the challenges in the healthcare environment, paired with her collaborative work style has earned the role of “trusted advisor” from her clients. In addition to being a thought leader in the industry, her experience ranges across most modalities of project types varying from small clinics and outpatient centers to major hospital complexes. Haley’s long-term client partnerships include RWJBarnabas Health, Main Line Health, Cooper University Health Care and AtlantiCare to name a few.
Among her many commitments to professional organizations, Haley has served on the Healthcare and Wellness Advisory Council for Interior Design magazine. She has a particular affinity for design of products within the healthcare environment and has actively participated in product development with manufacturers over the span of her career, seeking well designed products that meet the rigors of the therapeutic environment. Her role as advisor blends her knowledge on healthcare trends and standards with a focus on designing for wellness across all industry sectors.
Haley’s passion and values in her professional career transpose to her personal philanthropy where she maintains strong ties back to her community. She is a volunteer trustee, as well as the current board president for 600 resident Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) where her grandparents had once been residents.