Trish Donnally provides a passion for writing to Perkins Eastman that includes more than 25 years of experience as a professional writer, editor, and author. As fashion editor of the San Francisco Chronicle for 15 years, Trish covered the collections in Paris, Milan, London, and New York, interviewing top designers around the world. Her love of design grew as she segued into covering architecture and interior design as editor-in-chief of Washington Spaces, a magazine owned by The Washington Post. Health and wellness have been integral throughout her life. Trish became a vegetarian in college where she earned a B.S. in Conservation and Resource Management. An avid traveler, Trish adores experiencing new cultures and meeting new people. She found her home when she joined Perkins Eastman, a global design firm with 22 studios worldwide.
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Trish strategizes closely with Perkins Eastman’s leadership and our communications team to tell the compelling stories behind our firm’s work. She uses social media and other platforms to amplify our stories, and celebrate the positive impact our projects create for those who use them, as well as our planet.