June A. Grant, RA, NOMA
2018-2020 SFNOMA President
Ms. Grant is founding Principal of blink!LAB architecture, a boutique, research-based architecture practice focused on adaptive and transformative sustainable development. With a Master's Degree in Architecture from Yale University, she has completed a wide range of work from individual buildings to urban scale. She sees architecture as a creative challenge. To excel is an obligation to practice and research. As President of SFNOMA, Ms. Grant focuses on developing the public image and social value of the Bay Area chapter.
Prescott Reavis, NOMA, LEED BD+C, SEED
SFNOMA Project Pipeline Director + Instructor
Prescott is accredited in Sustainable Design, certified in Social Economic Environmental Design and has completed all of his Architecture Registration Exams, he has spent the majority of his career focusing on the programming, planning, designing and the construction of buildings which enhance the community in areas of healing, learning and discovery internationally.
Paul Nabena, NOMA
2016 SFNOMA Historian
Paul is passionate about art and architecture. His design philosophy gives more importance to the needs of the user and how they experience the spaces rather than simply on the act of form making. Mr. Nabena's professional experience includes commercial, residential and landscape design both in the U.S. and in Nigeria. As Historian for SFNOMA Mr. Nabena is charged with documenting our activities and events with photography and video. Paul holds B.Arch from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology in Nigeria and a M.Arch from the Academy of Art University.
Samfe Gaye, NOMA
2017-2019 SFNOMA Treasurer
Samfe is a new designer beginning her career in Architecture. With a Bachelors of Architecture degree, she is pursuing her career at the City of San Francisco Building Design and Construction Division as an Architectural Assistant. Her interests in art and architecture are driven from her African culture and its practices, specifically the art of weaving. Her curious personality drives her to explore more within architecture and its community of users. She loves participating in community programs and giving kids the same or better opportunities, she was provided while in school. Currently, she is treasurer for SFNOMA and a high school mentor for ACE Mentor program in San Francisco, while pursuing her licensure in the field of Architecture.
.Steven M Tucker, NOMA
2019-2020 Secretary - Community Outreach
Steve is a multifaceted designer working between the realms of architecture, landscape architecture, and art. He is currently at Studios Architecture where he has already been a key player in designing LinkedIn’s new Mountain View campus and now Santana West, a 900K square foot multi-tenant office campus, near Santana Row in San José. Outside of Studios, Steve works with Emergent Ground, a developing design non-profit that mentors high school students and Migrating Culture, an international design collective. His new mixed media piece called “Catalog of Light”, is founded on photographing 1000 sunrises from Oakland.
Community Outreach activities include locating existing local grants in alignment with community needs.
Jascynda Jones, NOMA, LEED AP
2019-2020 Secretary - Membership
Jascynda is currently a Project Manager with Gensler, a graduate of Howard University and a Bay Area native. She specializes in workplace design for both large national and international clients. Jascynda serves as the day-to-day client contact and coordinates with various groups including those involved in design, construction detailing, construction, procurement, and maintenance. She is a thoughtful manager with a dedicated focus to each of her projects which results in relevant solutions for her clients.
Her membership responsibilities include welcoming new members and reminding existing members of upcoming financial obligations.
Julia Weatherspoon, NOMA
2016-2019 Recording Secretary/SFNOMA BAYA Liaison
SFNOMA Secretary - Recording Secretary
Parliamentarian - Entrepreneurship Development / Contract Compliance
Iheanyi Ngumezi, Assoc. AIA, NOMA
2016 - 2018 SFNOMA President
Iheanyi is an Architectural Assistant at the City of San Francisco Building Design Construction Division. He has over 6 years architecture experience in the Local Government Sector. He obtained his Masters of Architecture from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2011 and he is currently working towards licensure. Iheanyi has held numerous positions of leadership. In 2008, he founded and served as President of the American Institute of Architecture Students Chapter at Academy of Art University. From 2009 – 2011 he served as the Student Director North for the AIA California Council. He served as Co-Chair of AIAS West Quad Conference in 2012. He has been a NOMA member since 2012.