H. Sloane Mayor, AIA, NCARB

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Architect

Sloane is the newest member of MAKE Architects. A New England native, she fundamentally understands the culture and climate of the Upper Valley. She has practiced architecture in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, and before joining UK, Sloane headed a sole practice in Lebanon, NH from 2009 to 2018.

Sloane provides extensive leadership in client communication and building design. She is an expert in high performance building technology and remains on the forward edge of sustainable design and construction by continuing to be passionate about the integration of design, technology, energy efficiency and affordability.

As an active community volunteer, Sloane currently serves on the board of directors of AIA NH, and the Parent Leadership Council at Roger Williams University. Prior volunteer roles include serving as a director on various boards including the AVA Gallery and Art Center where she served as board chair for 3 years and director for 3 years, the Augusta, ME Children’s Museum and the University of Maine at Augusta’s “Forum-A.” She has advocated for walkable communities through her service on the Town of Hanover’s Bike and Pedestrian Committee and Safe Routes to School Committee. Sloane also coached youth soccer in Hanover for seven years.

Sloane received her BA, cum laude, with a major in architecture from Wellesley College in 1987, which included taking courses at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Syracuse University in Florence, Italy. In 1993 she received a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.

Sloane grew up in Hanover, NH. After graduate school, she lived and practiced in Maine for 15 years (while also sport class mountain bike racing), then relocated once more to Hanover in 2005, where she lives with her husband and three daughters.  When not in the office you can find her walking her dog, Piper, or mountain biking on our abundance of local trails.