Jordan Moses started her college career knowing that she enjoyed artistic endeavors and was inclined to pursue a degree in interior design. Part of the required coursework included two architecture studios and she promptly switched majors after the first one. She had been raised around the construction industry and the studio class made her realize that she enjoyed a holistic approach to projects. When she graduated, Jordan was already employed at Page as an intern, so the transition to full-time architectural designer was a natural one.
In her senior year of school, she took an architecture studio class that gave her the opportunity to work with licensed architects who provided valuable insights into the real-world design process. Thus, Jordan was already able to analyze concepts from both an academic and a professional perspective when she began working with clients at Page. She has since had the opportunity to collaborate on projects across multiple market sectors including corporate / commercial, healthcare and housing / hospitality, among others.
That same architectural studio was focused on a K-12 project and when Jordan became deeply immersed in the firm’s Collin College Wylie Campus project, she enjoyed the feeling of familiarity with the academic design concepts. After graduation, her alma mater had asked her to present her studio coursework at an A4LE (Association for Learning Environments) meeting, which led to her eventual membership. She has since been continuing her professional development in academic design through A4LE chapter and regional meetings and events.
Jordan is a proud alumnus of The University of Texas at Arlington and resident of the Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex. She feels ideally situated in North Texas because “there is a lot of growth happening in the region” and she is excited to see how its potential unfolds. Jordan maintains her creativity by trying different outlets from watercolor and acrylics to photography and sketching, which is evident in her architectural designs.