Margaret Griffin, FAIA, is co-founder and principal of award-winning Los Angeles-based, Griffin Enright Architects, a collaborative practice that yields creative, forward-thinking designs. In addition to guiding a progressive practice, Griffin is an educator with more than 24 years of experience teaching and has been on the design and technology faculty at SCI-Arc for the past decade. Previous teaching includes USC, Syracuse University and UCLA. Griffin holds a B.Arch from Syracuse University and a Master's of Architecture from the University of Virginia. Her interest in practice-related research earned Margaret a fellowship from the American Academy in Rome to investigate the relationship between urban form and landforms; a subject she continues to examine in her architectural practice. Her work has been exhibited and published extensively both nationally and internationally. Griffin also lectures regularly and has lent her expertise on a variety of invited juries and advisory boards.