I am a recent graduate of the University of Arizona, with concurrent triple bachelors of Architecture, Regional Development, and Business Management, with a minor in Architecture History and Theory. I am the eighth person to earn three simultaneous degrees, Cum Laude, in the 127 year history of the University of Arizona. Additionally, while at UA, I was inducted into five honors societies, held positions with three community outreach organizations, received over thirty honors and awards, and was profiled in numerous national publications such as Architect Magazine. For more information about my academic achievements and associations, please visit my resume page.
With a strong background in leadership and teamwork stemming from my involvement in community outreach and academic achievements, I’ve since transferred my focus and determination into a strong work ethic in setting out to complete my professional goals. My determination and curious nature has led me to undertake projects with which I’ve had no previous familiarity, gaining knowledge and expertise along the way through self-education and resourcefulness. My professional talents ranging from drafting efficiency, 3D modeling, and graphic design paired with a well-rounded education from a top ranking university has granted me a powerful skill-set to offer potential employers.
I have wanted to be an architect since I was 12 years old, my passion for architecture having been passed down to me through my mother’s innate love for style and design, and her relentlessness in following her dreams. The establishment of architecture as a stable focus in my life has been reinforced through the support of all my friends and family, beginning with my uncle buying my first architecture book for my 13th birthday.
Born: November 8th
Birth Place: Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Hobbies: Drawing, travel, furniture design, anything to do with the ocean
Favorite Books: Ender’s Game, Oliver Twist, Dante’s Divine Comedy, and Crime and Punishment
Favorite Movie: Count of Monte Cristo, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and The DaVinci Code
Favorite Quote: “We first shape our buildings, and then our buildings shape us” – Winston Churchill