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Jennifer Matthews

An architectural designer with Array, I am also the current National President of the Tuskegee Architecture and Construction Alumni Association (TACAA). A 2013 graduate of Tuskegee University’s Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science, I served as the 2013-2014 National Vice President of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), where I had the opportunity to collaborate with fellow architecture organizations, present at national conferences for the AIA and NOMA, plan the 2014 AIAS Grassroots Leadership Conference and most importantly, serve the amazing leaders of the AIAS.
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The Path to Architecture Licensure

Posted by Jennifer Matthews on Feb 07, 2017 at 2:26 PM

As an emerging professional in the field of architecture, I find that the most rewarding experiences come from the ability to make a difference in the lives we serve and the future of the architecture profession, students and recent graduates.

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Topics: Licensure, architecture, ARE, AIA, Emerging Professionals, Scholarship

Innovative Practices: An Emerging Professional’s Outlook on Firm Culture

Posted by Jennifer Matthews on Jul 08, 2016 at 12:30 PM

Featured in the Fall 2016 issue of The American Institute of Architecture Students' CRIT Magazine.

During the 2016 AIA Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, I had the opportunity to serve as a panelist for seminar EV206 "Sitting Down with the Future: Student View on the Profession." As one of four panelists, I represented recent graduates who currently work full-time in architecture firms and provided my perspectives as a Legacy Member of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) (2013-2014 National Vice President).

Featured panel members were Sarah Walgren (AIAS National President-Elect); Rachel Law (AIAS Vice President-Elect); Joel Pominville (Current AIAS Vice President), and panel moderator Danielle Mitchell (Current AIAS President).

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Topics: mentor, firm culture