The Washington, DC Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (DCNOMA) cordially invites you to the 7th Annual Lankford-Giles-Vaughn Minority Architect Awards as we honor five individuals in the fields of architecture, development, scholastic excellence, architectural education, and community service. This celebratory event will take place on Tuesday, August 26th at the national headquarters of the American Institute of Architects. The Lankford-Giles-Vaughn Minority Architect Awards contributions funds DCNOMA initiatives such as the DCNOMA Scholarship Program (a three-tiered scholarship targeting incoming college freshmen, matriculating students, and recent graduates of accredited architecture programs) and DCNOMA’s day camp program (The East of the River Career Exposure Camp, a program to expose children from Wards 7 & 8 to unique careers focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Your support will have a significant impact on many future architects and allied professionals who have the potential to become powerful leaders if given the opportunity to be mentored in an organization such as DCNOMA. We look forward to seeing you there!
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DCNOMA is an organization comprised of architects, designers, preservationists, students, teachers and concerned individuals who believe in using the built environment as a medium for change and inspiration.
DCNOMA’s mission is to serve and promote the interests of underrepresented groups in the design profession and community at large within the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas.
DCNOMA accomplishes these goals through Professional Education programs, Public Advocacy, Community Service Projects, Partnership with Allied Organizations, Student Support and Promotion of the Design Profession to the youth of today.