After growing up on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, Stephanie Bonderczuk relocated to Michigan to pursue a degree in architecture from Andrews University. Upon graduation, she relocated to the greater Detroit area where she has worked on a variety of projects including residential, multi-story mixed use, cultural centers, offices, fire stations, industrial automotive, and commercial big box and small retail store projects located in several different states. She is currently licensed in Michigan and Indiana, is CDT certified, holds a NCARB record, and is a member of AIA, NCARB, and CSI. Being “creatively-perfectionist” by nature, her drive is to produce quality results for her clients in a creative fashion. A relentless desire to learn and improve her skills in the field of architecture, leadership, and team building inspires her to work on a variety of projects emphasizing different disciplines and involving different people. In the process of her career, Stephanie has volunteered in a number of professional and religious organizations close to her heart including CKLDP Vice-Chair (2020-2021), CKLDP Chair (2021-2022), CKLDP Post-Chair (2022-2023), AIA Celebration of Architecture Committee (member 2021), and as Director of the Metro Rangers Pathfinder Club (kids club for ages 10-16) (2022-present). In her free time, she enjoys experiencing and exploring the unique architectural treasures and dynamic cultures of the world.