Leslie Moldow is a principal at Perkins Eastman’s San Francisco office. She has more than 30 years of experience, primarily focused on senior living and special needs housing communities. Her work involves the full continuum of care facilities, from active adult to senior centers, independent living, assisted living, Alzheimer’s care, skilled nursing environments and life plan communities.
Leslie is passionate about creating healthy living environments and speaks regularly at national conventions concerning the latest trends in senior living design, including sustainability, wellness and creating innovative cultures. She previously held the position of chair at AIA’s Design for Aging Knowledge Community, an organization that continues to promote research, education, and conferences to raise the bar of design in senior living communities. In addition to Leslie’s work with the AIA DFA, she is a member of LeadingAge California, Washington, and National. Leslie is also an invited member of Eskaton’s Livable Design Advisory Committee, an advisor for Technology and Design in Senior Living Conference, Women Religious Institute Conference, and Academy of Neuroscience and Architecture: Senior Living Environments Conference.
Leslie graduated with a Master’s degree in architecture from UC Berkeley and is a licensed architect. In addition, she is certified by the National Council for Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB & a U.S. Green Building Council LEED® accredited professional.