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Student to serve on National Organization of Minority Architects board

October 16, 2017

Left to right: Bryan Lee (LA-NOMA president), Charlie Hammerberg, Katelin Morgan, Me'osha Solsberry (NOMAS-TU president), Michelle Barrett, Dana Elliot, Kekeli Dawes (NOMAS-TU secretary), Will McCollum and Keristen Edwards.

Tulane School of Architecture student Michelle Barrett will serve as a student representative on the National Organization of Minority Architects board. In this position, Barrett will engage and support student chapters across the country and contribute to board activities. She was selected during the 2017 NOMA International Conference in Houston this month.

Eight members from the Tulane University branch of NOMA, NOMAS-TU, attended the event to learn from other chapters, network, compete and grow as a team.

“The NOMA conference was an overall success for us as an organization and even more so for us as a chapter,” said NOMAS-TU President Me’osha Solsberry. “We have many ideas and potential events that will stem from this conference…”

NOMAS-TU works to foster communication among students of all ethnicities, backgrounds and cultures through design, and increase exposure to the arts through workshops, seminars, travel and community engagement. For more information, contact Me’osha Solsberry at