Katherine Koriakin
Project Manager

first came to Jackson while studying Architecture at Tulane University, was inspired by the natural beauty of the valley, and dedicated her thesis project to exploring new architectural ideas for Grand Teton National Park. After graduating in 2005 with a Masters in Architecture degree, she spent several years working on residential and large scale commercial projects in New York City with Perkins Eastman Architects where she became the co-chair of the Green Committee and one of their first LEED Associates. Drawn back to the Tetons in 2007, Katherine worked on residential and mixed-use commercial projects and joined Gilday Architects in the Spring of 2012. As of April 2013, Katherine successfully completed her architectural licensing requirements.