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Innovation at Perkins+Will
Yash Chitale, Architect
Perkins+Will
Yash Chitale is an emerging leader and expert in science and technology discipline at Perkins+Will. Yash brings strong technical expertise, effective management and collaborations skills to serve some of our premier clients both locally and globally. Her clients include Genentech, Chevron, Stanford University, University of California and JTC Corporation, Singapore. Yash has keen interest in clean technology sector, has worked on cleantech facilities in Singapore and is currently involved in cleantech research. Yash is an alumni of Perkins+Willís Leadership Institute and was chosen to represent the San Francisco Office in the inaugural edition of this program in 2007. Yash and her fellow colleagues at the institute developed an incentive driven Ideas Incubator program to foster innovation and research at Perkins+Will. In the last couple of years, this program has turned in around 60+ successful projects that have generated new ideas in wide range of categories from planning, design and computer technology to marketing, management and business. Yash holds a Master of Architecture from University of Utah with a focus on architectural design and theory, and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Mumbai in India.
 
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