carleigh henderson

Meet Carleigh Henderson, our newest Interior Designer. In Carleigh’s free time, she likes to cook, watch The Office for the millionth time, and explore the great outdoors. During football season, you can catch this University of Oklahoma alum sporting crimson and cream because Saturday's are for the Sooners!! BOOMER!

Carleigh has a slight obsession with dachshunds and has already named her future weenie dogs Vienna and Klaus Sausage. Carleigh, an avid and devout vegetarian, loves potatoes! She loves them fried, baked and mashed!

Carleigh Henderson
Carleigh, a recently licensed and registered interior designer, brings a witty personality, tireless work ethic and contagious laugh – a recipe for good team chemistry with her colleagues.

In Carleigh’s time at Glenn|Partners, she has contributed on a number of projects including Richardson ISD’s JJ Pearce High School, the new Athletic Fieldhouse for Northwest ISD’s Byron Nelson High School, the new West Campus Upper School Building for Alcuin School and the new East Campus Building for Ursuline Academy! Carleigh is currently working on the new Dallas ISD Hawthorne Elementary School and the design for Fort Worth ISD’s Amon Carter Riverside High School.

You’ve been busy Carleigh!!! Glad to have you part of our growing team!

To learn even more about Carleigh, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food

Potatoes in any form. Fried, baked, mashed. I love ‘em all.

Favorite Movie

Moulin Rouge

Favorite Music

King’s of Leon

Most Exotic Place Visited


Happy Place

The University of Oklahoma

Favorite Hobby

Is passionately watching college football from my couch a hobby?

Favorite Architect

3 way tie between Alvar Aalto, Bruce Goff, and Florence Knoll

Favorite Building

TWA Terminal by Eero Saarinen

What Inspires You

People. If we don’t design for them, then what’s the point?

Fun Fact

I Love Lucy has been my favorite TV show since I was 8 years old

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

Probably around 10 when I went to art camp. I wasn’t good at drawing or painting, but I was good at building things so I took ceramics and basket weaving. I could take a simple material that wasn’t anything on its own and construct it into something I could actually use. I liked it because I could show off all the ~super cool~ bowls and baskets I made, but those classes actually began to teach me the basic principles of design and materiality that I still use today.

Favorite Quote or Saying

Boomer Sooner (obviously), Or if we’re trying to be serious, Take the time to waste a moment.