Xandria’s path to architecture came through her love of design and a desire to build her own house—which she did—and then she started her own construction business. Ultimately, she realized her purpose lay in architecture and went back to school to enroll in architecture. Growing up on the Navajo reservation, Xandria knew she’d made the right decision when she learned there were only 50 licensed architects affiliated with Native American tribes. She is passionate about sustainability, travel and giving back to communities. In 2014 Xandria traveled to Lilla, Ecuador in 2014 to help build latrines high up in the Andes.
Bachelor of Architecture, Academy of Art University, San Francisco
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