Hanbury Announces Principal, Associate Principal and Associate Promotions

Hanbury is pleased to share our latest promotions. Each person's recognition is reflective of their leadership, talents and commitment through their work and as they live the Hanbury values in the workplace and in collaborating with clients, consultants and colleagues.

New Principals are:

William H. Dodge joined the firm in 2018 and brings a highly diverse skill-set and background to Hanbury as a Principal and Market Leader. He is passionate about design and its ability to affect communities, academia and the overall built environment in extremely positive ways. William’s passion for design and service transcends the traditional boundaries of architecture as exemplified through his work as Director of The Vernon Pratt Project which has helped save hundreds of works by notable North Carolina minimalist/modernist artist Vernon Pratt. Through these efforts he has helped to facilitate the gifts of numerous works in addition to helping develop installations and exhibits in several major art museums and institutions nationally. William is a tireless innovator and problem solver and has unique expertise in designing and programming forward-thinking collaborative spaces for research, education and idea incubation.

Jesse Green, AIA, LEED AP joined the firm in 2018 and has a diverse architectural background complemented by undergraduate study in the fine arts. His 10+ years of work as a lead designer and project architect were for a wide variety of project types. Jesse’s unique background, including a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina as well as a Masters of Architecture from North Carolina State University, results in a deeply-rooted sensitivity to context and craftsmanship. Jesse’s unique collaboration and listening skills inform his design decisions. He is a trusted advisor to his clients and peers.

New Associate Principals are:

Anna Carpenter, AIA, LEED AP is a peer mentor, a team player and is dedicated to her clients and projects, working tirelessly to make sure that she meets her responsibilities and that those around her have the support they need as well. She has really stepped forward in an effort to create lasting relationships with clients and is a strong ambassador for the firm and its goals. She has worked very well through tough budgets, complicated phasing, tricky issues of a renovation, and complex consultant coordination. Although she has a focus on project management, she also has a great eye for design. 

Andy Craven, AIA, LEED AP, PMP brings to Hanbury outstanding organizational and communication skills, along with a deep commitment to executing exceptional design. He is a certified Project Management Professional, and regularly shares his expertise with his colleagues by actively engaging in improving the firm’s project management and quality control / quality assurance programs through in-house training and information sessions. Andy also serves our country as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserves. The leadership skills he has gained from his years in the service are a tremendous asset to the firm and position him well for continued growth as a leader.

Daina Januska leads the firm's marketing efforts and has proven to be a major contributor to Hanbury’s success. Over the years, Daina has provided leadership and guidance, and her efficiency and strategic thinking has made a significant difference in the firm's outcomes. Her unfailing efforts to advance the firm’s strategic mission have positioned Hanbury for continuing success as a national leader in higher education and in each of Hanbury’s local communities.

David Turnbull, Hanbury's IT Director, has provided the collaboration and visionary thinking that has elevated Hanbury to best in class with technology. His curiosity and creativity have made the firm more profitable and better equipped than ever. His expertise increases the quality of the firm's work and the speed at which it is done. He has empowered each staff member with mobile flexibility to afford easy, seamless access to our networks, contributing significantly to a strong work-life balance.

Alec Yuzhbabenko, Associate AIA joined Hanbury in 2017 and has consistently elevated expectations and standards in the firm’s market presence, its design process, and work product. His innovative design ideas have been enthusiastically embraced by our clients and each of the communities within which they are proposed. He challenges conventional perspectives with imaginative designs that are ecologically and socially sustainable. His work has been featured locally and nationally and is bringing a new excitement for the future of our communities. He is a trusted design leader for many of the firm's projects.

New Associates are:

Annesley Cole, Associate AIA, LEED AP, Designer, and Paige Conrad, NCIDQ, ASID, Interior Designer, have been recognized as Associates of the firm for their excellent work, design attention, and leadership.


Each Hanbury employee adds exceptional value to our firm and to our ability to meet and exceed our clients’ needs. We’re proud to be a place where employees thrive and grow.

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