• Alex Klohr

     MHS Class of 2011

    Bachelor of Architecture, Minor in Business

    Philadelphia University Class of 2016

    Employed at Gensler: http://www.gensler.com

    Student Portfolio: https://www.behance.net/alexanderklohr

    “Ultimately, the built environment must cater to the human experience. I believe the most valuable part is understanding how we can work together to apply our knowledge and experience in order to enhance value in the lives of others.”

     In high school, Alex took three architecture classes with Mr. Leicht, and pursued it in college, as he was accepted into Philadelphia University’s 5 year Bachelor of Architecture program. In college, he moved from hand drawings, drafting, and model making to more advanced programs, such as Revit and Rhino. Alex utilized his love of photography and graphic design to advance his architecture skills further. Alex was involved in the American Institute of Architecture Students during his time at PhilaU, and became Chapter President his 5th year. After his third year of college, Alex had an internship with a real estate development company, and after his fourth year, he had another internship with Gensler. He worked for Gensler through his 5th year of school, and now has a full-time job at the company in Philadelphia.

     In his spare time, Alex bikes, hikes, and travels. After his 2nd year at college, he biked from Maine to Florida with friends, a 2,800 mile journey, in just 31 days.


    Carly Bowman

    MHS Class of 2012

    Tulane University Class of 2017
    Master’s in Architecture, Urban Studies Minor

    Student Portfolio: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui=2&ik=43e7d4e502&view=att&th=159adb09de96dbc0&attid=0.2&disp=inline&realattid=f_ixvaakxf1&safe=1&zw

      After graduating from Montgomery, Carly pursued her love of architecture by attending Tulane’s 5 year program for a Master’s degree and architecture license, and is currently a School of Architecture Ambassador. She has participated in three fraternities during her time in college, both social, honors, and architectural, and has held leadership positions in both. Carly has worked with many different creative mediums, such as model building by hand and with a laser cutter, Revit, Photoshop, and more. Carly has held many leadership positions in her extracurriculars involving architecture, and has been a member of the American Institute of Architecture Students for three years, and was the Co-President in 2016 to 2017. She also participated as a student volunteer for the Appalachia Service Project to rebuild homes in central Appalachia through the summers of 2009 to 2012, and won first place in the Synergis Student Architecture Competition in 2012. Carly has interned for two architectural firms, KSS Architects, and Ikon .5 Architects.


    Miranda Ford

     MHS Class of 2014

    Bachelor of Architecture, Minor in Building Sciences

    Carnegie Melon University Class of 2019

    Website: http://www.mirandaford.com

     “My interest in architecture stems from a love of creative design and a passion for practical, sustainable environments. As a devoted student and dedicated athlete, I have become a balanced individual with strengths in group collaboration, public presentation, and beyond.”

    Miranda Ford took architecture in high school, and was accepted into Carnegie Melon’s 5 Year Bachelor of Architecture program. She is currently in her third year of this program. Though she has not had any architecture-related jobs yet, she plans on interning this summer. Miranda also currently a TA in a class called Fundamentals of Computational Design at CMU. She is proficient in many mediums of design, including Revit, AutoCAD, model construction, and more. Miranda is a Peer Mentor for first year architecture students, and is a member of American Institute of Architecture.

    Miranda is well known at Montgomery, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh as an incredible swimmer and dedicated athlete. She teaches swim lessons as a Senior Instructor, and images from her swimming career still hang at Montgomery High School’s pool. 


Last Modified on March 13, 2017