Sarah Haselschwardt

Sarah Haselschwardt has 30-plus years of experience leading project design across Michigan and the United States. A few of her notable designs include Fremont High School (MI), Chelsea High School (MI), and a new prototype elementary school for Washoe County School District in Nevada. She has served as vice president of the Southwest Michigan AIA, on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity, on her local planning commission, and was appointed to the Michigan Construction Code Commission for several terms. Sarah co-authored an article on women in architecture and was featured in the AIA’s “Women in Architecture” exhibit in Chicago. She is LEED AP BD+C accredited.

Sarah is as passionate about her family as she is about her work. She credits all of her talents to lessons learned as the youngest of five kids, and being the daughter of farmers, who learned from necessity how to fix or make almost anything. When she’s not working, she enjoys anything that means spending time with her large family. Her current favorite hobbies include golfing with her daughter and spectating at her kids’ many athletic events. For a little needed quiet time she also enjoys gardening and walking outdoors.