Terri Sadler joined Fitzsimmons Architects as Administrative and Marketing Director in January of 2013. Her Oklahoma-based background in business administration, marketing, management and public outreach keeps things running smoothly in the busy Fitzsimmons office. She brings to the team her love of design, art, architecture and both natural and built environments.

Terri is a founding member of Okie Mod Squad, a mid-century architecture and design appreciation group. The group’s focus is to educate people about our architectural heritage and the importance of historic preservation through social media, a website, and events such as Oklahoma Modernism Weekend, founded in 2016.

Bachelor of Science: Business Management and Communications, Central State University (UCO), 1986

American Institute of Architects – Allied Member
American Institute of Architects Central Oklahoma Chapter – Annual Architecture Tour Committee Chair 2014-2020
Oklahoma City Foundation for Architecture Board– Vice Chairperson 2017-2020
Oklahoma City Foundation for Architecture – OklahomanMade Photography Competition Committee 2014-2020
Oklahoma City Foundation for Architecture – Quarterly Architecture Tour Committee 2014-2020
Okie Mod Squad – Founder, 2008
Oklahoma Visual Ars Coalition – Creative Projects/Community Partnership Grant Committee 2013-2016
Preservation Oklahoma – Member
Preservation Oklahoma – Most Endangered Places Committee 2019-2022
Urban Land Institute – Member
Retro Metro OKC – Member

Select Honors and Awards
2018 | okie mod squad - State Historic Preservation Officer's Citation of Merit
2018 | tower theatre – Urban Land Institute Oklahoma Distinguished Merit Award
2017 | okie mod squad - AIACOC Honor Award - B.H. Prasad Honorary Award
2015 | AIACOC Honor Award - Outstanding Volunteer
2015 | OKC Foundation for Architecture Oklahomanmade Photography Award - Third Place
2015 | OKC Foundation for Architecture Oklahomanmade Photography Award - Honorable Mention
2014 | Oklahoma City Advertising Club - Addy Award
Photograph by Cary Holton.