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Maya Wahyudharma Joins NELSON Worldwide As Workplace and Asset Strategy Regional Practice Leader

Award-winning architecture, design, and strategy firm NELSON Worldwide welcomes Maya Wahyudharma as Workplace and Asset Strategy Regional Practice Leader. With over 20 years of experience and a multi-disciplinary approach, the seasoned business expert will leverage her extensive network to drive firmwide growth for NELSON’s workplace practice.  

“Maya brings a vast knowledge of both the workplace sector and the West Coast market that will help transform our project portfolio,” says Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at NELSON Worldwide, John “Ozzie” Nelson Jr. “I’m thrilled to watch Maya provide creative solutions that will transform the employee experience and reshape the office of the future.”

With over 20 years of experience in a variety of building typologies and training in architecture, interior design, and landscape, Maya has been deeply immersed in all aspects of the disciplines throughout her career. These past several years, she has focused on creating a workplace environment that emphasizes functional design. Her new role focuses on expanding the NELSON portfolio, mentoring colleagues, and elevating the design of the firm’s projects across the Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Bay Area markets. 

“I’m excited for this chapter of my career alongside NELSON,” says Maya. “I look forward to bringing a holistic business approach where the lines between clients and vendors intertwine with a focus on collaboration. I believe that my holistic approach of understanding clients and their needs allows me to deliver a better tailored solution.” 

Maya’s strong client relationships will help grow NELSON’s workplace practice along the West Coast. She will also elevate design, incorporate innovative solutions for the future of work, while simultaneously mentoring the next generation of architects and designers.

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