For more than a decade, Briehn Wildman has designed interiors for many of RS&H’s marquee architecture projects. From her start as an intern, Wildman has grown her skills with the company to become project manager, mentor and frequent volunteer in the Jacksonville community.

Now, she has been recognized as one of Jacksonville’s rising stars, earning a spot on the Jacksonville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list. The annual group of honorees is recognized for their career success, community involvement, and work-life balance.

“I am pleased, honored and humbled to accept this award and to join past recipients who I have long admired and respected,” Wildman said. “I have to thank my work teammates for both the nomination and the encouraging show of support.”

RS&H Vice President Chung Rutter nominated Wildman for the award, praising her work ethic and leadership in the Jacksonville office and beyond. Wildman is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville and has been nominated by her industry peers to become the President-Elect for the International Interior Design Association’s Northeast Florida Chapter. She will begin her term as the organization’s President in June.

At RS&H, she has been a valuable member of several of the firm’s most challenging projects, using her design talent and technical capabilities to consistently develop thoughtful and solid solutions, said Corporate Practice Director Andy Wheeler.

“Briehn is exemplary at guiding her clients through the planning process and is passionate in exceeding their expectations for service and results,” Wheeler said. “She exhibits a passion and enthusiasm for listening and understanding client obstacles and opportunities while working alongside them to create improved ways of working.”

You can read Wildman’s 40 Under 40 feature in the Jacksonville Business Journal here.

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