WELLS  MEGALLI

 ARCHITECT

Wells Megalli is an experienced architect, artist, and design leader with a deep arts, design, and content background. Wells' career began as VP of Content for EarthWeb. She has developed visual, navigation, and information design concepts for US West, FIT, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, developer.com, Knopf Publishing Group, and many others.               

She has studied, written about, taught, and designed projects spanning content, planning, and architecture for residential, cultural, institutional, and commercial clients. She has worked as an architect for Deborah Berke Partners since 2016, with a focus on complex mission-driven design projects for clients such as the NoVo Foundation and Princeton University.  

Wells recieved her B.A. in History of Art from Yale University and her M.Arch from Tulane University, where she currently serves on the advisory board for the School of Architecture.

Wells strongly supports the #BlackLivesMatter movement and ongoing efforts to rectify the lack of equity, inclusion, and diversity in our society, with a focus on initiatives to bring more BIPOC, as well as women, into leadership roles in these fields.