2022 AIA Large Firm Roundtable ARE Scholarship
Planner at the City of Montgomery, AL
Southern University A&M College (B.Arch)
American Intercontinental University (MBA)
Karyn Reddick, Assoc. AIA, is a planner with the City of Montgomery, Alabama. Her focus is on the revitalization and preservation of the National Voter’s Right Trail. She is a native of Selma, Alabama. She was inspired to pursue architecture as a career by the numerous vernacular architecture that was the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Southern University A & M College in Baton Rouge, LA. She received her Master of Business Administration Specialization in Project Management for American InterContinental University.
She has worked in various capacity in the built environment across the southeast from an Intern Architect, Instructor and a community organizer. As a Project Manager in Pensacola, Florida, she oversaw the transformation of the abandon childhood home of General Daniel “Chappie” James into a museum.
Karyn is a professional artist. She is inspired to the work in the community serving as an advisor to Sisters Anointed to Lead Together (SALT) an organization that mentors teenage girls in Pensacola, FL area. She was a part of the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation Economic Design Team that works on racial equity in her hometown.