Anne Holic

Anne Holic (no photo)


Academic Credentials

Received her Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan with a focus on Community Design and a thesis study in Denmark.


Anne Holic, CID, ASID, CAPS is an adjunct professor of Interior Design at Marymount University. She has worked for several Interior Design and Architecture firms around the Washington DC area and also owns an Architectural Design company.  Previously Anne taught and ran the Department of Interior Design at the Art Institute of Washington. She currently works full time as Project Manager at Rebuilding Together, renovating Community Centers, and making homes accessible for seniors. She enjoys travel, the outdoors, and time spent with her family.


Other Information

Teaching Area

Teaches undergraduate and graduate students Architectural Drawing.  

Research Interests


She has been published nationwide for design-related articles and represented Habitat for Humanity at a United Nations conference on Housing.