We must work together to break down the imaginary barriers that society has put on minorities, not only in architecture, but in everyday life.
Ramon Turner, AIA, NCARB, NOMA is originally from Suffolk, VA and was raised in Norfolk, VA and Chesapeake, VA. He attend ITT Tech where he received his degree in Computer-Aided Drafting. He also attended Drexel University, earning a BARCH in the 7-year part-time evening program. He was able to work all day and attend classes at night. He has been in the architecture field for 20 years, first as a drafter and now as a Registered Architect. He has worked in a number of markets, including residential, commercial and Federal. Currently, he is a Project Architect with Dills Architects. He resides in Virginia Beach with his wife and daughter.