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Roderic Walton
Principal, Healthcare Project Leader
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Roderic believes design has a responsibility to provide solutions that are insightful and compassionate. His approach aligns architecture with advocacy and always asks the question, “what can I do to make a difference?”

As a Principal at Moody Nolan, Roderic brings 25 years of experience focused on healthcare projects. His work, presentations, and community engagement strategies are immersed in enhancing the experience of patients in under-served areas across the nation. He has a steadfast devotion to providing better outcomes for marginalized healthcare patients, regardless of the circumstances in which one is born, or where one lives. Both inside the firm and out in the world, Roderic is a thought leader, trusted advisor to his clients, and a bold representative for his communities.

His voice has become a transformative agent for change in how architecture is practiced. Roderic holds a master’s degree in architecture from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and actively participates in local and national organizations including NOMA, AAH and AIA.