Ava joined Keystone in 2019 as an associate in the Seattle office. She holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College with concentrations in Geography and French. During college, Ava worked as a designer at the Dartmouth Applied Learning & Innovation Lab and received the Mary & Melvin Hershenson 1933 Prize for her thesis on the relationship between southern Louisiana’s folkloric tradition and resilience in the local response to Hurricane Katrina.
Outside of work, she is most likely reading, visiting a local museum or gallery, enjoying a pint of coffee ice cream, or doing some sort of home improvement project.