NELSON Worldwide, award-winning architecture, design, and strategy firm, welcomes Lorin Lee as Senior Project Manager - Asset Strategy. In her new role, Lorin will advance the opportunities for continued growth in market share, profitability in specific service lines, practice areas, and the local Atlanta market.

“We are proud of the team we have cultivated in Atlanta, and more importantly, thrilled to welcome Lorin to NELSON,” said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at NELSON Worldwide, John “Ozzie” Nelson Jr. “Lorin brings forth camaraderie, a strong project management acumen, and a willingness to tackle new opportunities and challenges. We couldn't have imagined a better addition to support our teams.” 

With a demonstrated history of successfully managing projects in the commercial real estate industry, Lorin will foster an environment defined by open dialogue—encouraging ideas to grow and come to fruition. She believes in instilling organizational practices that will enable teams to work together as one unit towards a common goal. Through openness and honesty, Lorin will also enhance the work and careers of teammates through continuous training, support, and mentoring on project specific items including: project management, production, and design development.

“I am honored to join such a diverse group of creatives and visionaries,” remarks Lorin. “As a Senior Project Manager, I see my skills in organization, quality assurance, client relations, on-site experience, design, and interpersonal communication to be a real benefit to my teams. I couldn’t be more excited to expand on my skills and share my knowledge with others.”  

Lorin holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Florida and is a LEED Green Associate. Passionate about organization and project coordination, Lorin has successfully managed projects in the multi-family, mixed-use, industrial, arts, and religious institutions verticals, and will apply that expertise to a wider range of market sectors.

An avid traveler and anthropology enthusiast, Lorin draws her design inspiration from understanding different cultures and their relationships with the built environment–allowing her to see her surroundings in ever-evolving ways. Today, she is eager to channel her perspectives, passions, and expertise to her new role at NELSON Worldwide.