Shefali Sanghvi has over 10 years of experience working on affordable housing projects, including new construction and renovation, senior housing, and supportive housing. As a co-chair to the firm’s Sustainable Practice Group, Shefali is dedicated to building energy-efficient buildings that are both socially, environmentally, and financially sustainable. She believes architecture has a unique ability to inform how spaces are experienced, and that it is our responsibility – as architects – to respect the power that we hold on the built environment by designing spaces that are welcoming to all members of society.
Shefali holds a Bachelors of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She joined Dattner Architects in 2017 and is a licensed architect in New York. She is currently involved in Professional Women in Construction and serves as the Co-Chair of Dattner’s Mentorship Program.