Dewberry promotes two Illinois employees
ELMHURST -- Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, has promoted Jonathan Tallman to associate principal.
Tallman is the Midwest public safety market segment leader in the firm's Elmhurst office. He is one of more than 70 Dewberry employees nationwide, and two in the firm's Illinois offices, who were recently promoted.
Tallman is a contributing member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police through teaching at biannual training seminars and authoring sections of the updated IACP Police Facilities Planning Guidelines and the Training Guidelines. Tallman earned his bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Kansas in 2002.
He is a guiding principles compliance professional and a member of American Institute of Architects, Association of Licensed Architects, Green Building Initiative, International Living Future Institute, Kane County Fire Chiefs Association, and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
Dewberry, based in Fairfax, Virginia, also promoted Brooke Martin to associate. Martin is a project manager in the firm's Peoria office, having spent the majority of her 16-year career working for justice facilities with an emphasis on humane, trauma-informed, treatment-focused, sustainable justice design.
She earned her master's degree in architecture from Southern Illinois University (2016) and her bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee (2004). Martin has held many leadership and speaking roles with AIA Peoria Section and the AIA Academy of Architecture of Justice, including 2020 AAJ Justice Facilities Review Jury member, 2018 and 2019 National AAJ Sustainable Justice Committee Chair, 2017 and 2018 National AAJ Communications social media content developer, National AAJ Emerging Professionals committee member, and is a 2015 AIA Knowledge Scholarship recipient.
Additionally, she is a member of the Academy of Correctional Health Professionals, American Correctional Association, Illinois Correctional Association, and U.S. Green Building Council.