Meet Chris – CAD Specialist
Chris Youngberg joined the Lenity family in March 2022 as one of our CAD Specialists. With a background in mechanical and electrical design, he’s been an asset to both architectural and engineering departments drafting, modeling, and designing structures and features. His expertise helps to identify possible conflicts between these departments before they arise.
Driven by curiosity and a passion for learning, Chris looks forward to learning more about architecture as it overlaps two of his favorite things – math and art. When asked what he loves most about working at Lenity, he responded, “Just about everything. From the employer-provided coffee to the leadership skills observed in others that drives Lenity’s success, there is a lot here to not take for granted.” His future career goals include gathering as much knowledge as possible to gain the ability to work independently, and eventually, to teach and lead others.
Meet Amanda – CAD Specialist
Amanda Johnson joined Lenity in March 2022 as one of our CAD Specialists (same day as Chris!). Utilizing her background in civil engineering, she’s responsible for drafting of projects at all stages in AutoCAD and Revit – from schematic design to revisions and updates.
Her passion for project design is deep. Amanda’s interest in the inner workings of each project always gives her that extra boost in motivation. Looking towards the future, she’s keen to learn more about rendering as she loves seeing projects in 3D or realistic imagery. It helps bring the project to life. One of her career goals includes gaining an expansive knowledge of all project types by being a part of as many different types of projects that Lenity works on (commercial, senior housing, hospitality, residential, etc.)
Hailing from Bean Station, Tennessee, she is one of our fully remote employees. When she’s not working remotely, she’s busy with spending time with her husband, baby, and family. Pre-Covid and baby, her and her husband participated in Spartan races, mud runs, and tough mudders. They hope to get back into them again, soon.