Leo A Daly welcomes Debra Sanders as VP, CDO

 

Debra A. Sanders

OMAHA, Neb. –  Debra A. Sanders has joined international architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm Leo A Daly  as vice president, chief development officer.

Based in Omaha, Neb., Sanders will be responsible for business development throughout Leo A Daly’s domestic offices, bringing more than 20 years of experience in client relationship management and evidence-based design leadership, focusing on strategic pursuits across the firm’s aviation, corporate and commercial, healthcare, hospitality and federal market sectors.
 
Prior to joining Leo A Daly, Sanders served as senior vice president and managing principal for HDR Architecture, Inc. in Omaha, Neb. During her 15 years with the firm, she developed pursuit strategies across multiple market sectors, founded and led their national healthcare consulting practice, and promoted client solutions that improved performance outcomes.
 
Sanders holds advanced degrees in Business Administration and Management, a certificate in Lean Design from the University of Michigan and has been featured in publications such as Architect Magazine.
 

 

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