Ms. Kincross was Malone Belton Abel’s lead for the Design Development of the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center and the Program and Design Phases of the College of Health Sciences, both at the University of Wyoming. She was a principal designer, with Tim Belton, of the Gillette College Campus. Other work includes the Headquarters Building for RockWell Petroleum in Sheridan, Wyoming; and the programming and preliminary design for the Big Horn and Tongue River Schools of Sheridan County School District 1.
Ms. Kincross’s professional architectural degree is from the University of Arizona. She also earned a S.M.Arch.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a PhD in Geography from the University of Colorado. Earlier, she studied at the School of Architecture at the Danish Royal Academy of Art and at the International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design in Siena, Italy. She was a Guest Lecturer at the Universidad Nactional de Ingerieria, Managua, Nicaragua. Her wide-ranging interests include the study of Feng Shui and its architectural applications.
A LEED Accredited Professional, Ms. Kincross was also a presenter on global warming for The Climate Project; has worked for the Nature Conservancy at the Ten Sleep Preserve in Wyoming; and developed and taught seminars on principals of ecological design at The Institute for Social Ecology in Plainfield, Vermont.