Jennifer Taylor, a senior from Montgomery, Ala., will serve as vice president for the American Institute of Architecture Students. The architecture major at Tuskegee University was selected in December during the organization’s annual meeting in Savannah, Ga. As part of her duties, Taylor will work and reside in Washington, D.C. to represent students from accredited architecture schools in the nation. After graduating in the spring, she will begin her one-year tenure and also serve on several national committees such as the National Architectural Accrediting Board and school accrediting teams. (Click here to see her entire article)
HELP scholar, soon to be graduating Tuskegee Golden Tiger and future Texas A&M Aggie dual master program student in Urban Planning & Land and Property Development…enough said!