MIT is where Evangelos Limpantoudis earned his master’s in architecture, but the School of Engineering is where he’s truly becoming what he wanted to be: a social entrepreneur.
A winner of the competitive Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Fellowship, this LEED-accredited member of the American Institute of Architects is now hard at work developing his social venture, the Collaborative for Affordable Sustainable Architecture.
Affordable sustainable architecture has been an interest close to his heart since his undergraduate years at Hobart & William Smith
Colleges, while working as an architect in New York, Boston, and as an adjunct faculty member at NYIT. With the Reynolds Fellowship, Evangelos’s goals have never seemed closer. The networking opportunities and financial award are helping him realize his dream of offering pro-bono services and training to low-income families and communities for a greener world.