What the new WATG CEO has in store for the design company

When architectural design firm WATG named Anthony Mallows its new president and CEO earlier this month, it added a leader with 32 years of experience in not only architecture, design and city planning, but also in globalization and forging cultural connections.

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Mallows had an interest in architecture and urban design from childhood. Moving to the U.S. for grad school, he left MIT with a dual master’s in architecture with an emphasis on environmental design and in city planning. After graduating from MIT, most of Mallows’ fellow students began working locally—which Mallows, himself an immigrant in the U.S., saw as an opportunity to put his international expertise to good use.

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