Angella Dariah
Vice President

I have always credited myself in going into something with the mindset of enhancing it and hopefully making it better. As Vice President of NOMA PGH, I have the chance to do just that. As Vice President of NOMA Pittsburgh, my primary focus is to manage chapter operations and actively communicate between chapter leadership and members to ensure that NOMA PGH efficiently exceeds our annual goals and chapter initiatives.

Something About Me

Angie is an emerging architecture professional from a small town in Connecticut. She has always been in love with architecture ever since she was little which is credited mainly by her father, who also practices architecture. She decided to pursue her first master’s degree in Architecture at Hampton University. Her thesis at Hampton addressed the impact of spatial design in childcare spaces for children who may have experienced trauma, abuse, or neglect. She continued this exploratory research in architecture and pursued her second master’s degree at a unique fellowship program at the University of Minnesota.

Angie currently resides in Pittsburgh, PA, where she works for the architectural firm, AE Works as a graduate architect. In her free time, she is most likely eating, spending time with family, or catching the latest movie in theatres.  

My Goal

Is to become licensed to be more of an asset to future employers and to show aspiring young minority architects this profession can be an option for them.

Education & Certificates

AIA Virginia Emerging Leaders in Architecture, 2015

Hampton University, Master of Architecture, 2016

University of Minnesota, Master of Science, 2017

MSRP Fellowship, 2017

My Skills
3D Modeling
Graphic Design
Adobe Creative Suite