Taine Wilton is a registered architect with 36 years of architectural experience and 23 specializing in K-12 projects. In 2014 she joined Edmonds School District as Project Manager for five school replacements. Including nature for nurture and placing the students' and users’ needs first have been common threads throughout her projects. She has been a long-time member and Past President of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) Washington Chapter and a member of the Technical Advisory Committee to the Office of Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI). In the spring of 2021, she received her accreditation as a Learning Environment Planner, (ALEP) through A4LE.
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