Julian T. Owens NOMA
While studying architecture, Julian focused on community-designed and built projects and realized he could positively influence the lives of others through design. There is a community within every project, and he has committed himself to the advancement of those that are underserved.
At Clemson University where he received his Master’s in Architecture, Julian founded the university’s chapter of NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students). In just one year, he led the chapter to exponential growth and has since been heavily involved in NOMA on the national level. Julian served as one of the organization’s National Student Representatives from 2016 to 2018, and is currently Secretary on the National Executive Board. His passion for community impact continues to grow through his involvement.
Originally from Augusta, GA, Julian currently resides in Washington, D.C. and holds a position as an architectural designer at Page. He finds it exciting to work in the firm’s collaborative environment.