Carol Harris Wall is a native of St. Louis and graduated with honors from the University of Missouri, Columbia, with post graduate studies at Washington University in St. Louis. She worked with Team Four before joining Mitch at the firm, Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design. Carol runs the business – everything business related is on her plate. And she loves it. Carol loves the synergism at the office and the dynamic interactions that occur in the multidisciplinary design studio. However; she doesn’t know anything about AutoCad and you don’t want her to design a box.
Carol is one of the founding members and past board member of Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Organization, founded by Shelby Schagrin and Susan Block. Carol is active in the community and co-chaired the Designer Trees for Children’s Hospital, under the auspices of Peabody Energy. Every year, Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design dedicates itself to one community service activity: Haven of Grace, The Miriam School, Repertory Theatre, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Voices for Children, Ronald McDonald and Children’s Hospital. Additionally, Carol privately supports American Diabetes Association; Children’s Hospital; Central Institute for the Deaf; and Kansas University School of Architecture.
In 2006, the first University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design student was awarded the Mitchell Wall/Class of 1971 scholarship. This endowed fund is granted on a need base by the family and friends of Mitchell Wall.
Carol is married and lives with Rob Ciampoli. They, in turn, live with Sophia and Charlotte, their mutant basset hounds. Interests, besides the health of the firm, include her community and her family. Oh, and she loves binge watching shows on Netflix.