Jackie Stone

Biography
Jacqueline graduated from Mount Royal University and has been with DIALOG since 2005. Her career has focused on community-oriented projects and institutional design. Jacqueline has a strong appreciation for the varied creative and organizational requirements specific to every project. As an interior designer, Jacqueline's work has included the Mount Royal University Riddell Library & Learning Center, community libraries within the Calgary Public Library system, the James Michael Flaherty Building and the Calgary Airport International Terminal Building.

Jacqueline's designs seek to create environments with optimized space-use while being flexible to adapt to future needs. She strives to understand the unique dynamics and needs of each client, organization, and end-user. Through travel to international locations including Chile, Morocco, Vietnam and Budapest, Jacqueline continues to educate herself on the integration of history, culture, and design to produce environments that support the stories happening within.
 
Awards
James Michael Flaherty Building: LEED® Gold certified
Calgary Airport International Terminal Building: LEED® Gold Certified
Mount Royal University Riddell Library and Learning Centre: LEED® Gold Certified
 
Thanks
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my mentors John Souleles, Partner with DIALOG and Chau Tran, Principal with MTA, for their continued support and guidance during my journey. Thank you to my colleagues and the Principals at DIALOG for the opportunities, experiences and space to develop my career. Finally, I would like to thank Craig Peterson for being present to encourage and inspire me through every step.