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OUR MISSION & VISION

The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) mission is to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members.​

NOMA PGH exists to advance professional equity, through building relationships, promoting and supporting minority architects, and inspiring youth.

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IN THE COMMUNITY
Advocacy
NOMA PGH advocates for Minority Architects and Designers.
Professional Development
NOMA’s mission is to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members.
Community Engagement
We promote the design and development of living, working, and recreational environments of the highest quality.
NOMA PGH Presents...

PROJECT PIPELINE ARCHITECTURE CAMP

The National Organization of Minority Architects has created a summer STEM program entitled, Project Pipeline Architectural Summer Camp. Project Pipeline serves, in part, as NOMA’s solution to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities pursuing careers in architecture. This year, NOMA PGH will host the first Project Pipeline Architecture Camp in Pittsburgh for 6th – 8th graders.

Saturday, July 7th - 8th @ THE SHOP

6th - 8th Grade Students | $45 Registration Fee | Includes Lunch, Snacks & Supplies

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A Message from Our President

As president of NOMA PGH, it is my aim and focus to propel the organization forward with its mission, to help remove the barriers that currently exist in Pittsburgh which impede the progress for minority architects, and to bring attention to the talent that exists within the NOMA PGH membership body.

My intent is to connect our membership to what’s happening in our city so that they may play a more meaningful role in the development of our neighborhoods. Pittsburgh is at a crucial point in time where changes are occurring within many of the neighborhoods that have been neglected for many years.  Therefore, NOMA is even more relevant for Pittsburgh right now than ever.  My hope is to open the lines of communication between our members, and individuals and organizations that may not be traditionally exposed to, or understand the issues that exist for people of color within our profession.

NOMA National Conference 2018: Chicago, IL October 17th-20th
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