Chris McAninch, Principal, is a nationally recognized facility expert in the Boys & Girls Club Movement and youth development field. He started LOM 20 years ago to support and underpin the capital improvement needs of a broad range of nonprofits engaged in long range planning, renovation, new construction and facility operations. He has adapted the British model of Owners Representative service into a unique end-focused approach that orchestrates the wide variety of his clients’ needs through the increasingly complex process of seeing Real Estate created and re-imagined. McAninch is a diehard New Yorker who lives on the UWS with his wife, a writer, and two children. He has been Board President of his coop for entirely too long and coaches his daughter’s soccer team on weekends.
Education:
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Master of Historic Preservation.
Hiram College, Bachelor of Arts in History & Economics.

Zoe Malliaros, Associate, has a rich and eclectic approach to her work. Her design philosophy is rooted in the belief that space has the power to affect lives, especially those of children.  She has worked in all facets of the architectural field – planning, design and development – and has found her niche working closely with the deeply cause-related nonprofit community in NYC.  She is co-founder of an ongoing project which researches and visualizes housing, infrastructure and economy on the Lakota-Sioux reservations in South Dakota.  Also an enthusiastic upper west sider, she lives in Washington Heights with her husband, a software engineer, and a very talkative young daughter. 
Education:
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Master of Architecture.
Harvard University, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.