2022 AIA Large Firm Roundtable ARE Scholarship
Designer at Perkins&Will
Andrews University (B.Arch, M.Arch)
Gwendoline Albright Ndikumagenge is a Designer at the Perkins&Will Denver Studio where she is on track to become a licensed and competent architect. Originally from Burundi and Rwanda, her experience living and working in multiple different countries and cultures throughout Africa, Europe, The Middle East, Central America, and the United States has fueled her passion for the different people and cultures of the world.
Gwendoline’s love and passion for architecture started when she discovered the potential architecture has to change people, communities, and the world. She received her Masters and Bachelors of Architecture from Andrews University school of Architecture and interior design in Berrien Springs, Michigan. While pursuing her architectural and leadership studies, Gwendoline was involved in various community projects and was the sole recipient of the school’s Alpha Rho Chi Medal, which recognizes architecture students for their leadership, service, and what they will offer the future of the profession.
After being out of school for only 2 years, Gwendoline has worked on various projects with multiple firms. She bringing diverse cultural depth and understanding allowin her to merge different worlds and ideas together for the greater good. Her everyday motivation and personal mission is to live a life of influence, positively impact communities, and gradually change the world with a heart of service, stewardship, and ministering to others.