Donna Hall-McDowell serves as the Senior ADA Architect for the State ADA Coordinator's Office. She is a facility access professional with years of experience in architecture.

Donna’s is highly skilled in the navigation of zoning restrictions, codes and construction laws. She has keen insight and judgment, which has been honed over nearly forty years of extensive experience working within the ADA environment.

Well-versed in construction techniques, procedures, and materials technology, she excels in the areas of documentation production, detailing and coordination.

A seasoned speaker, Donna has presented at the architectural SAR Conference, the GEA Conference, the Southern Baptist Builders Conference, COMO XX1 Library Conference and as a guest lecturer at the Georgia University of Technology COA and Georgia State University. Donna has also joined others at the Shephard Spinal Center as a panel member for a white paper on the State of Fair Housing.

Donna is an honor graduate in architecture from the University of Tennessee. She holds a Georgia architectural license and she is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Donna is also a Certified ADA Coordinator with the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP).