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Moira's passion for art, education and preservation are in her DNA: her father taught philosophy and social sciences at Teachers College, Columbia University and her mother is an architectural historian and theorist in Manhattan at Parsons, The New School For Design. 

Also an artist, Moira feels more connected to architecture as an interesting art form because it is also a business one, where you are working for your clients. It is not as individual as other art forms, and she enjoys the collaborative aspect of our design work. 

A registered architect in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, prior to founding Ford 3, McClintock worked with Allan Greenberg, Architect in Washington D.C.; Ferguson, Shamamian and Rattner in New York and Ford Farewell Mills and Gatsch. 

In addition to her professional activities, Moira is active in her local community, participating in both civic and charitable organizations. Her studies abroad sparked a lifelong commitment to the role of historic preservation in maintaining our built environment. 

B. Architecture, 1991, Cornell University, New York 
Rome Program, Fall 1989 
Iberia Program, Summer 1989 

New York 
New Jersey 

Academic Experience 
Adjunct Professor, New York School of Interior Design, 
Fall 2002, Academic Year 2003/2004, Fall 2004 
Guest Critic at Pratt, New York School of Interior Design & 
New Jersey Institute of Technology 

Professional Memberships 
American Institute of Architects 
AIA Bucks County, Vice President 2008, President, 2009 
AIA Pennsylvania Board Member 2010- 2012 
NCARB Certified 

Professional Experience 
Ford Farewell Mills & Gatsch Architects, LLC 
Princeton, NJ 

Ferguson, Shamamian & Rattner, LLC 
New York, NY 

Allan Greenberg, Architect 
Washington, DC and Greenwich, CT 

The Dalton School 
New York, NY 
Assistant to the Director of Real Estate & Development 

Community Service 
Heritage Conservancy, HARB 
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 
Board Member, 2008-present 

Solebury Township Historical Architectural Review Board 
Solebury, Pennsylvania 
Board Member, 2004-present 

Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design 
New York, New York 
Board Member, 2004-present 

Cornell University 
Ithaca, New York 
Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador, 2010-present 

Aquetong Watershed Association 
New Hope, Pennsylvania 
Founding Board Member, 2007-2010 

Geller Residence 2008 Honor Award for Sustainable Design, AIA Bucks County 
Johnson Education Center, 2007 Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture, AIA Bucks County 
Carnegie Library Center, 2006 Atlantic County Historic Preservation Award, Rehabilitation & Adaptive re-use 

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