About the guest
Ariana Parrish is a trained architect, property manager, community activist, and artist. She received her Bachelors of Architecture from Temple University in 2013 and Masters of Professional Studies from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2022. She is a Baltimore native who started a community organization in pursuit of block beautification, and is a homeowner in Baltimore, MD, and Philadelphia, PA. She has a combined fourteen years of property management experience. In 2019, she served as community outreach chair for the National Organization for Minority Architects Baltimore chapter. Before starting her career in architecture, she worked for more than five years in the restaurant industry. Hosting, serving, and catering for restaurants and events in Baltimore and Philadelphia learning her way around the kitchen. When she’s not being a renaissance woman, she is traveling the globe, salsa dancing, climbing, african dancing or kakaking to learn something new to share with Nosreme!
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