Zoe Malliaros is an NYC based designer and academic. She is currently an associate at LOM Property Consultants, working as an owner’s representative and project manager for non-profit organizations in NYC. She is the co-founder of Post-Reservation, a research project visualizing the complex state of housing, infrastructure and economy on the Lakota-Sioux reservations in South Dakota with mapping, photography and video. Previously, she worked as an architectural designer and project manager at the offices of Jendretzki LLC, Sawyer/Berson Architecture & Landscape Architecture, and Siris/Coombs Architects, for whom she now does project by project consulting. Zoe holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University, where she was recipient of the Percival and Naomi Goodman Fellowship and a William Kinne Fellow for Post-Reservation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Harvard University. Her philosophy is that everyone has their own distinctive path to wellness, and the answers lie within us in a channel we call “instinct.” The challenge is to clear our bodies and our minds so we can better tune in and listen.