October 9, 2014

Kathy Dixon, NOMAC

Kathy Denise Dixon is a licensed architect with over 20 years of experience. A graduate of Howard University’s School of Architecture, Ms. Dixon continued her secondary education at UCLA, matriculating with a Master’s degree in Urban Planning, with a focus on Housing and Community Development. During her career, Kathy has worked on a number of educational facilities in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. She spent several years working on national contracts with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) including Potomac TRACON and several Air Traffic Control (ARTCC) facilities. Prior to moving to government and institutional projects, she worked four years with McDonald’s Corporation developing new restaurants, site planning, designing commercial kitchens, and creating child oriented play areas. Most recently, she has designed civic facilities and faith-based institutions including fire stations, churches, family life centers, and schools. Ms. Dixon has been certified by the USGBC’s Leadership in Energy and Environment Design Program (LEED AP BD+C), the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), as well as CSI’s Certified Documents Technologist (CDT) program. Ms. Dixon is licensed in Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Georgia and New Jersey. She is a adjunt profession in the Department of Urban Architecture and Community Planning at the University of the District of Columbia.
Stanford R. Britt, FAIA, NOMAC
Stanford R. Britt is the President of Sulton Campbell Britt & Associates, founded by John Sulton and LeRoy Campbell in 1964. He joined the firm in 1975 and has been a principal and partner since 1978. He was named President of the firm in 1985 and directs the activities of both the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore offices. Mr. Britt has over 40 years of international and domestic work experience. During his career he has collaborated and or worked with internationally known architects such as Max Bond, Shadrach Woods, Moshe Safdie and Cesar Pelli. Mr. Britt has been repeatedly recognized with honors by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) and Lambda Alpha International. He was elevated to the College of Fellows in 1992 and is the recipient of the AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. and the Upjohn Awards. Mr. Britt is also a member of NOMA Council. Mr. Britt holds degrees from Drexel University, Columbia University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has authored and co-authored numerous publications and papers.