Roberta Washington, FAIA

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Roberta Washington, FAIA, has been principal of Roberta Washington Architects, PC since 1983. Prior to starting her own firm, Ms. Washington worked as a health facility planner/designer for various New York City architectural firms and later ran a design studio for Maputo Province in Mozambique where she designed healthcare, educational and cultural projects.

In her own firm, Roberta Washington has designed and acted as project director for dozens of new and renovated housing projects, schools and health facilities.

Ms. Washington is a past president of the National Organization of Minority Architects and a past chairperson of the New York State Board of Architecture. For six years she was also the Housing Committee chairperson and co-chair of the Land-Use Committee for Central Harlem's Community Planning Board. Currently she serves on the board of the Center for Architecture Foundation where she was 2009 president. In 2006 she was elevated to the American Institute of Architects' College of Fellows.

Master of Science in Architecture
Columbia University New York, NY

Bachelor of Architecture
Howard University Washington, DC

LEED Accredited Professional