NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) Detroit is a professional architectural organization designed to be a conduit of knowledge and experience to the youth and our community.
Parlor Talk: Tiffany Brown
Detroit architectural designer Tiffany Brown, a new Knight Foundation Arts Challenge winner, is working to build a more accessible road for the next generation, through her K-12 initiative, The Urban Arts Collective.
Born and raised in Detroit, Brown works for SmithGroupJJR, serves as Vice President of National Organization of Minority Architects Detroit Chapter - NOMAD, and serves on the K-12 Working Group with The American Institute of Architects. She holds a M.Arch and MBA fromLawrence Technological University, where she is also an adjunct professor.
You are invited to join us for an engaging conversation on design and inclusion.