Mary J. Stills, AIA, CNU-A is a Principal and Project Manager in PSC’s Higher Education Sector. Her experience is diverse in educational, recreational, ecclesiastical, financial institutions, government and retail design.

Her design creativity has received awards at the local and/or state levels for Socorro ISD Pebble Hills High School Phase IV, Abilene ISD Johnston Elementary School, the El Paso Community College Culinary Arts Program Spaces, and El Paso ISD Tom Lea Elementary School. Mary is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is currently Past-President of the El Paso Chapter. This year she is President of El Paso Architectural Foundation and is a member of the Texas Society of Architects.  She is a graduate of Leadership El Paso Class 27 and PSC Leadership Class of 2012.  Mary has served as Board President and Board member for CASA of El Paso.

“Building Community means that we give of ourselves to serve our communities. It is important to reach out to the community by volunteering, donating, participating and serving. PSC builds community, we are a 300-person multi-disciplinary firm, yet the culture is that of a small firm where our clients are the focus, our teammates are our collaborators, and the projects are our purpose.”