2022 AIA Large Firm Roundtable ARE Scholarship
Associate at FitzGerald Associates Architects
Tulane University (Master’s of Sustainable Real Estate Development)
University of Minnesota (B.Arch)
Me’osha Solsberry is a Chicago native, with a passion for community service and impactful design. Me’osha received her Bachelor of Design in Architecture through the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and her Master of Architecture and Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development through Tulane University. While at Tulane University, Me’osha was highly involved in the School of Architecture newly formed NOMAs-TU chapter. It was through her leadership and involvement with NOMAs-TU, that she received the Graduate Leadership award at commencement.
Me’osha currently works for FitzGerald Associates Architects as an Associate. She has practiced in Architecture for 4 years. Professionally she has been a member of the Tulane Task Force on Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and served as the Historian for the I-NOMA Chapter. She is currently a member of the I-NOMA, Tulane Alumni Counsel, CSI-Chicago Chapter, and serves as a professional bridge for the Tulane University’s NOMAs Chapter and Tulane University’s Women in Architecture student chapters.
Me’osha believes that her greatest contribution to this field of architecture will be to expose, educate, and advocate for those that follow her. Her goal is to continue to push to change the narrative that makes architecture a more inclusive path.