On this episode of the Nashville CEO podcast, Mary Roskilly, Principal & Partner of Tuck-Hinton, is breaking boundaries and stereotypes as a woman designing Nashville’s most iconic skylines.
What I want to make sure is that the city of the future still looks like the people who live here and are going to live here.
About Mary Roskilly of Tuck Hinton Architecture & Design
Mary Roskilly is a Principal and Partner at Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design, a Small and Women Owned business located in Nashville that is known for creating many of the region’s most iconic buildings. She joined the firm in 1994 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Architecture. She has been involved in the design of several prestigious projects that have impacted Nashville – Music City Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, Frist Art Museum, and Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall. She is currently working on Heaven’s Door Distillery which will be located in the old church building previously occupied by the firm before their recent move to the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood.
Mary is a graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee, where she served as the 2017 Class President, and now serves on its Board of Directors. She is also an active member of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and serves on the AEC Power Women Executive Committee. Roskilly frequently gives lectures and tours of the firm’s notable projects to community and professional groups. Recently she was named to the 2019 Nashville Business Journal Women of Influence list, and received the 2020 Nashville Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Leadership Award for Architect of the Year.