When Vince saw the original 1903 design for the Union Terminal in Cincinnati, he was met with a profound understanding of why he practices architecture. He read how racial discrimination was spelled out in the room names and floor plan. Now, 120 years after that design was drafted, Vince believes in the opportunity and social obligation of architects to undo old stigmas and raise the quality of life for the communities we serve. For Vince, design is much more than architecture – it is a beacon of hope for a better future.
As Senior Associate in the firm and Director of Operations and Business Development for Moody Nolan’s Greater Cincinnati regional office, his experience includes developing team and client relationships, identifying potential projects, facilitating client programing and kicking off design concepts with innovative solutions. With an expert eye for seeing the big picture, Vince is motivated by community impact and seeing positive change in the lives of others through architecture. Vince is a member of the AIA, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). He holds a Bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.