As a senior consultant for Plante Moran Cresa, Ellyn works on all components of projects with religious communities, including market studies, facility planning, and assessments and valuations.
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Between her experience in the nonprofit world and her education in architecture, Ellyn has an in-depth understanding of the unique and complex challenges and opportunities that face religious communities today.
Prior to joining Plante Moran Cresa, Ellyn was a program manager at Partners for Sacred Places in Chicago, a nonprofit that focuses on community development, building feasibility/planning, and economic impact studies for religious institutes. At Partners for Sacred Places, she was involved in myriad projects, but her focus was on collaborating with the public and private sector through data and research. Prior to that, Ellyn worked as an intern at both an architecture firm and an interior design firm.
Ellyn received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania with a major in architecture and minors in both art history and architectural history. She was also a four-year member of the Penn Women’s Varsity Volleyball Team.