Taylor Hudson Associate AIA
As agents for positive change, Taylor knows designers shape the current climate and the world around us. In the words of Norma Merrick Sklarek, “In architecture, I had absolutely no role model. I’m happy today to be a role model for others that follow.” Taylor adds that in today’s current climate it is important for our youth –the next generation- to understand what the future holds for them.
Taylor understands how important continuing education can be from her position of expertise. She also knows how important leadership is and what it means to be a leader. As a member of AIAS, CSI & NOMA throughout her collegiate career, their lessons support her continued drive for success.
She also is partnering with the Texas A&M System, The Cooperative Extension Program at Prairie View A&M University, The Langetree Retreat & Eco Center a 501(C3) Non-Profit Organization as well as many other organizations and representatives in the creation of developing a program to help assist homeless veterans through alternative living solutions. One example is the adaptation of container homes in Liberty County, Texas.
Page supports continuing education, which is what initially drew Taylor to the field of architecture. The true dedication and care it takes to design and shepherd projects to fruition first requires continued awareness of changes and evolutions in the industry. At Page, Taylor plans to first define her career and then outline her legacy.