2017 Sponsor Program


 
 
 
 

Become A Sponsor

 

The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), founded by twelve African-American Architects in 1971, has a core mission to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members. Through strong chapters of design professionals all over the country with an interest on promotion of urban communities, NOMA responds to the concerns that affect marginalized communities and people by increasing the level of participation in the social, political and economic benefits afforded the citizens of this nation and to tear down the barriers that make full participation unattainable.

The Atlanta Chapter of NOMA is currently the third largest chapter in the nation, with Professional, Associate and Corporate members. Our members represent all areas of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. NOMA Atlanta’s Mission aligns with the National mission and is accomplished by networking, linking, advocating, promoting, partnering, sponsoring, mentoring and providing advice to support diversity in metro Atlanta.
 

The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), founded by twelve African-American Architects in 1971, has a core mission to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members. Through strong chapters of design professionals all over the country with an interest on promotion of urban communities, NOMA responds to the concerns that affect marginalized communities and people by increasing the level of participation in the social, political and economic benefits afforded the citizens of this nation and to tear down the barriers that make full participation unattainable.
 

The Atlanta Chapter of NOMA is currently the third largest chapter in the nation, with Professional, Associate and Corporate members. Our members represent all areas of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. NOMA Atlanta’s Mission aligns with the National mission and is accomplished by networking, linking, advocating, promoting, partnering, sponsoring, mentoring and providing advice to support diversity in metro Atlanta.
 

In support of this mission NOMA Atlanta has adopted the following specific goals and objectives:

 

PROMOTE -design and development of socially sustainable communities of the highest quality;

MENTOR – Be an effective source of motivation and inspiration for minority youth;

ADVOCACY -Fight discrimination policies by public and private sector clients that unfairly restrict participation in design and construction;

SPONSOR -establish coalitions and partnerships between corporations to fulfill NOMAtlanta’s mission in the profession and community.

 

“To accomplish the goals and objectives, NOMA Atlanta hosts informational, educational and networking programs; provides access to information on design trends, industry-related topics, and employment opportunities. We need your support to help us continue to strengthen our commitment to meeting our goals and fulfilling our vision. By becoming a sponsor, you can make a difference in creating diverse and vibrant communities in Atlanta metro area.”

 
Sophia Tarkhan, NOMA Atlanta President, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP

 

 

 

 

 

 

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