Grace Han is currently a Project Architect for Flad Architects in New York City. She is licensed in the states of New York, Texas and New Mexico. In addition, she is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) BD+C accredited professional which signifies a depth of knowledge in green building practices. She graduated from New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Architecture. Her 19-year career began in residential and light commercial architecture in New York City and Long Island. She moved to Texas from 2006-2011 and worked with Parkhill Smith and Cooper Inc. She was involved in the design and construction of new academic and civic buildings from the ground up. Upon her return to NY, she joined Flad where she now focuses on overseeing higher education academic, healthcare and institutional building types with project budgets that have ranged from $35 million to $450 million. Her latest projects include a new science research facility for CUNY City College and two clinical testing lab facilities for a prominent health system.