Nikki Pierce is taking on a new role as knowledge manager for the firm. She will be curating the content and managing several platforms to share and facilitate knowledge throughout the firm.
Harnessing the knowledge that exists in the minds of our professionals is critical to ensuring the best resources are available to develop innovative solutions for clients.
“Nikki knows Clark Nexsen inside and out, having been with us since 2000,” said Bill Keen, chief innovation officer at Clark Nexsen. “I am certain her efforts in this new role will move the evolution of a knowledge sharing culture forward across all of our offices.”
She will be responsible for managing, organizing, and curating content on several systems the firm uses. These systems including Pinnacle Series, KnowledgeSmart, and Knowledge Architecture, the firm’s intranet platform, which is called the Cube. Nikki will also manage digital subscriptions for codes and technical documents such as Techstreet. In each of these areas, she’ll be an active advocate for knowledge sharing by encouraging individuals to share their knowledge and seek the knowledge of others using Clark Nexsen’s sharing platforms.
Long term goals for the knowledge management position include working with Bill Keen and others on integrating people, processes, and technology across the firm in order to improve learning, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.
Nikki draws on a wealth of A/E administrative experience as administrative manager in our Charlotte office. She is a valued resource and a strong collaborator who is both supportive and reliable. She is active in the Society for Design Administrators, having served as secretary and vice president on the organization’s National Executive Committee. Nikki has chaired the SDA National Certification Committee, was honored with an SDA STAR Award in 2015, and has 15 years of service and commitment to the organization.
She is a Certified Design Firm Administrator and a LEED Accredited Professional with a specialty in Building Design + Construction. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in design from SUNY Buffalo State.