Victoria Acevedo

President of NOMA Pittsburgh, my primary focus is to lead the chapter in fulfilling our mission and strengthening our connections with professional organizations and minority communities in the Pittsburgh area.

Something About Me

After graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science in Architecture in 2014, Victoria moved to Pittsburgh to participate in Carnegie Mellon University’s UDream program. Later that year, she joined Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. At BCJ, Victoria is a key contributor in multiple higher education projects nationwide by producing vivid spatial visualizations, crafting and documenting details, and translating complex ideas into comprehensive and actionable imagery and drawings. She is currently completing her AXP experience and hopes to become licensed.

Victoria is a resident of the Stanton Heights neighborhood in Pittsburgh, and when she is not at work or in NOMA meetings she is probably knitting, power lifting, or watching a Pittsburgh sports team win.

My Goal

Architectural Licensure

LEED certification

Promoting and supporting NOMA PGH

Education & Certificates

Georgia Institute of Technology,  Bachelors of Science in Architecture, 2014

Carnegie Mellon University UDREAM,  2014

My Skills
3D Modeling
BIM Modeling
Adobe Creative Suite