Ms. Schultze is an architect (not licensed in Minnesota), with an undergraduate degree in architecture from Princeton University and a Masters from the University of Southern California. Her broad experience includes neighborhood design, residential and commercial historic structures, new and adapted homes and academic and commercial buildings. She serves on numerous community groups, including Livable Rochester, Paint the Pavement, and the Rochester Downtown Alliance. In past years, she has worked with RNeighbors, which Provides Tools to Grow Great Neighborhoods, Rochester’s Planning and Zoning Commission and Committee on Urban Design and Environment and MnDOT’s Highways 52/14 Committee. She has lived and worked in several communities across the country and resides in Rochester’s “Pill Hill” Historic District.