Originally from Emporia, Kan., Marsha Hoffman is a K-State alumna and architect and principal at SFS Architecture of Kansas City, MO. Her notable projects include the Jefferson City Federal Courthouse; Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception; Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri at Columbia; and K.C. Public Library Bluford Branch Renovation.
Art and architecture have interested Marsha since she was a child. She views architecture as an art form that she gets to practice daily. She appreciates artists whose work evokes emotion and enhances the space around us. She is excited that K-State will now have a presence in Kansas City and knows great things are going to come from K-State Olathe.