Miriam Tuchman

Miriam Tuchman is a registered architect and a senior project manager for RF Walsh Company, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts. She specializes in managing design and construction projects for health-care institutions and universities. Tuchman received her B.A. in urban studies and architecture at Barnard College and her M.Arch. from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. She was a Dorot Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has taught design as well as Jewish history and architecture in Boston and in Cincinnati.

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