Idaliza is a licensed architect with over 12 years of experience in a broad range of building types and levels of complexity with an expertise in higher education. She received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design and a M.Arch from the University of Puerto Rico. She worked for 10 years planning, designing and developing a vast number of projects for one of the largest private universities in Puerto Rico, The Ana G. Mendez University System (AGMUS). Idaliza played a key role managing the process with the client and end-users to define and translate their needs into successful spaces.
Idaliza is always striving to innovate and improve the learning experience while creating a strong value for clients and communities alike. Her passion along with her thorough understanding of the learning environment always results in the fulfillment of the Institution’s goals and vision. She is a member of the Association for Learning Environments and the AIA Dallas Emerging Leaders Program class of 2018. She volunteered with the girl’s shelter “Hogares Rafaela Ybarra” in Puerto Rico and currently has joined the Dallas Children Advocacy Center (DCAC).