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Alumna selected for AIA New York Civic Leadership Program

June 13, 2018
Headshot of Wells Megalli

Tulane School of Architecture alumna Wells Megalli (MAR ’17), Assoc. AIA, is one of 10 emerging architecture professionals chosen for AIA New York’s 2018 Civic Leadership Program (CLP).

The six-month mentorship and training program develops participants’ ability “to engage as designers in the civic process.” The CLP build key skills for designers who intend to work in public service or consider running for elected office. The program focuses on communication skills, community outreach and relations, and consensus building.

Megalli is a designer at Deborah Berke Partners in New York City. Find more on the CLP here.