Ms. Kluz has been a member of the board since 2009. Her bakcground in architecture and community planning, previously with the City of Pittsburgh and Brean Associates and now with Loyson + Kreuthmeier Architects (a Garfield-based architecture firm), reflects her interests in the development and preservation of community spaces, ranging from housing to parks, open space to public institutions such as libraries and schools. She will continue to participate in the community’s development and growth while promoting the economic, social and racial diversity that are the heart of East Liberty. She holds a Carnegie Mellon University Bachelor of Architecture, minor in Art, along with numerous awards, exhibits and affiliations.