Bachelor, Wellesley College, 1972; Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1975; Loeb fellow, Harvard University, 1987-1988.
Beha"s leadership is marked by work with strong historical, cultural and educational content, designing buildings which serve the public and expand the client"s vision. While at Massachusetts Institute of Technology she founded a community service architectural organization, and following her graduation she was employed in Massachusetts Institute of Technology"s Architecture Department and as a Research Associate. In 1987-1988 she was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Beha began her career as a consultant in historic preservation, working with community groups on their historic but underultized buildings.
Her consultant practice expanded, and she founded an architectural firm in the early 1980s. Ann Beha Architects is located in Boston and works nationally and internationally on buildings of historic significance and designs new buildings for cultural academic and civic clients.
Her firm"s projects include the Music Building at the University of Pennsylvania. The New Britain Museum of American Art in Connecticut.
The Carl A. Fields Center at Princeton University.
The Portland Art Museum in Oregon. Saieh Hall for Economics at the University of Chicago. A new Student Life and Performance Center at the New England Conservatory of Music.
The addition and expansion of Cornell Law School.
And the Cambridge Public Library and Liberty Hotel, two projects undertaken in joint associations. Ann Beha Architects was recently selected by the United States. Department of State for the major rehabilitation of Walter Gropius" Chancery and the United States. Embassy in Athens campus as part of its Excellence in Diplomatic Facilities program
Board trustees member Society Preservation of New England Antiquities, Boston, Wang Center for Performing Arts, Boston. Member of advisory board History Massachusetts Inc., Boston. Member American Institute of Architects, Association Preservation Technology, Boston Society Architects, St. Botolph Club, Alpha Ro Chi.
Married Robert A. Radloff, June 21, 1975. Children: Macy, Allison.