Cassidy Stickney

Cassidy Stickney

Project Coordinator


Cassidy began working at CLB in the spring of 2013 on the administrative staff, and gradually began overseeing many facets of its business operations, including technology systems and contract documents.  Since then, she has transitioned into a full time Project Coordinator in the Jackson studio and has worked with various teams in the design of residential, renovation, public, and commercial projects.  As CLB’s in-house IT Manager, she is responsible for keeping CLB in the forefront of ever evolving technological tools.

Cassidy’s love for design developed while attending the University of Oregon.  Through their diverse architectural program, her chosen studio projects often showcased her inspiration from historic architecture and its integration into a modern era of design.  Cassidy believes that working with built fabric is not only a viable sustainable method of architecture, but also will ultimately be the leading challenge for her generation of architects.

After graduating in 2010 with a Bachelor of Architecture, Cassidy was offered an internship with Grand Teton National Park for the summer of 2011 to work with the Western Center for Historic Preservation.  Having a minor in the subject, she was able to assist with documentation and restoration tasks on many of the park’s historic log structures.  One summer in Wyoming captivated her into moving to Jackson permanently, and she feels fortunate to be able to practice architecture in such a magical place.

Like many Jackson locals, Cassidy enjoys the spoils of the rocky mountain climate by going hiking, camping, road biking, and snowboarding.  When not outdoors, she finds joy in attending live concerts and homemade baking.