Submitted by Perkins Eastman, Stamford
Dominique Moore is an architecture and interior design professional with a demonstrated history of domestic and international design collaborations for residential, education, commercial, and hospitality projects. She serves as an associate AIA board member for AIA CT, a co-founder of Design Coalition of Minority Students (D.C.M.S.) at Philadelphia University, and a co-manager of Perkins Eastman Women’s Leadership Committee. Dominique graduated from Philadelphia University with a Bachelor of Architecture and attended Temple University in Rome, Italy.
“I wanted to be an architect ever since I was six years old, and as a young child my dream seemed clearly obtainable. The reality, however, was vastly different; I found unexpected obstacles on the path to becoming a licensed architect. I learned that inequity, inequality, and lack of diversity all contributed to delays and difficulty in achieving my dream. I began to get involved with organizations and creating opportunities to help make the path less difficult and more inclusive for those who dream to travel after and alongside me. I believe NOMA CT is a great opportunity to be part of the larger conversation and increase communication and outreach to remove boundaries and effect change within the profession.”