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Watchdog is committed to using our skills to positively impact communities and the lives of their residents.

Heidi Segall Levy, AIA SEED
Natalie Malawey-Ednie, RA, LEED AP, MBA
Anne Marie Fontaine
Rebecca Finlan
Lindsay Moore

People Spotlight

Heidi Segall Levy is a Registered Architect with over three decades of experience in the architecture and design industry, where she has worked in a variety of capacities. For much of her career, she has worked diligently in the nonprofit sector, providing pro bono preliminary design services to nonprofit organizations, while raising awareness about the importance of design in revitalizing communities. She has extensive experience in community design and planning, community engagement, and project development, collaborating with public agencies, intermediaries, foundations, and nonprofit organizations. Through her work, she has led the completion of over 800 community design grant projects that total over $8 million in pro bono services. She holds a Master of Architecture from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Brandeis University.

Natalie Malawey-Ednie is a driving force of Watchdog’s project management team. With Natalie’s oversight, the firm’s project management staff has implemented projects for institutions such as Princeton University, Grand View Health, Imvax, Spark Therapeutics, Montgomery County Community College and The Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House amongst a myriad of others. Natalie brings expert knowledge in educational, healthcare, and life science facilities, a keen understanding of fundraising requirements for non-profit organizations, and master planning amongst many others. Natalie earned her Master of Business Administration from Temple University, Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University, holds a LEED AP Professional Certification, is a Registered Architect in PA and a Six Sigma Green Belt.

Anne Marie Fontaine serves as a Director with Watchdog. Since joining the firm in 2017, Anne Marie has played an integral role in the success and growth of the firm’s institutional project management sector. During her tenure with the firm, she has managed an out of the ground Orthopedic facility for Grand View Health, multiple campus improvement initiatives with The Shipley School and Church Farm School, multiple renovation projects for Philadelphia FIGHT, and has served as the Account Manager for over fifteen projects across two campuses at Montgomery County Community College. Anne Marie is a vital asset to her clients and a proud ambassador of Watchdog in the industry. She holds a Masters in Engineering Science from Pennsylvania State University as well as a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnical and State University.

Rebecca has a proven track record of executing successful complex projects and maintaining high levels of client and user satisfaction. She has extensive experience in all aspects of the predevelopment, development and construction process, including entitlement, filing, permitting, closeout, leasing and property management. Throughout her career, she has assisted Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church in their full campus visioning and planning, managed the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House’s a $50M ground-up construction and renovation project, as well as campus master planning and renovations for Buckingham Friends School, Gladwyne Montessori School, Share Food Program, and Variety Children’s Charity.

Throughout her career, Lindsay has experience managing various scaled construction projects in the non-profit and corporate sectors, resulting in over 3 million square feet of real estate. She has a proven track record of directing project-wide operations, administering multi-million dollar budgets, controlling schedules and expenses, and boosting efficiency and productivity. At Watchdog, Lindsay has assisted Mt. Airy CDC with the support of the William Penn Foundation to create a Literacy Rich Neighborhood in a 1/3 square mile section of Germantown. Lindsay has assisted Mr. Airy in the predevelopment and planning process and is also hosting neighborhood tours and training sessions alongside the Playful Action Learning Network and the architect to ensure the maximum potential for integrating playful learning opportunities go into the design.

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