Christina Marsh is a licensed architect with a great love for libraries and the vital role they play in our communities. Her over twenty years in architecture includes designing and executing institutional and academic buildings such as the North Beach Branch Library in San Francisco. Christina lives in Belmont with her husband and child, a BMHS student, and is a Town Meeting member. She is the founder of Christina Marsh Architects, and previously established Atelier et Alia, an award-winning Newton-based architectural firm, and worked at several renown firms such as Payette and Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. She received her engineering bachelor degree from M.I.T. and her Master in Architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design.