Cohen Hilberry Architects
Ms. Hilberry has more than 25 years of experience as a practicing architect and designer. Her firm provides full architectural services for projects, including historic preservation, renovation and new construction of residential properties, commercial projects, schools and institutional uses. Gina specializes in the design of enabling environments. She served on the US Access Board Public Rights-of-Way Advisory Committee and on the task group responsible for writing the Technical Assistance Manual for PROW work in urban settings. She is the Vice-Chair and United Cerebral Palsy principal representative on the ANSI A117.1 Standards Development Committee and has served on several NCHRP and Access Board Committees working on a variety of research and development issues related to ergonomics and human comfort. In addition, she is Chair of the Advisory Council for the City of St. Louis Office on the Disabled and current President of the St. Louis Chapter of the AIA. Gina provides consulting services to the U.S. Department of Justice, CityArchRiver 2015, the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, the Missouri Department of Transportation, the City of St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden and multiple architectural and engineering firms. She is a staff consultant and architect for the Institute for Human Centered Design in Boston, MA. Gina lectures regularly on inclusive design and on real world implementation of accessible design features.