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We are delighted to extend a warm welcome to our newest team members: Interior Designers Leonora and Trinity, Architectural Designer Amy, and summer interns Jessica and Keyshawn.

Leonora Dullova joins Trivers following the completion of her bachelor’s degree in interior design from Maryville University. Originally from Kosovo, her personal journey as a refugee inspires her passion for creating environments that celebrate cultural diversity, and offer sanctuary to those seeking refuge or a fresh start. During her two-year internship at a local design firm, she gained experience in various markets, including workplace, residential, religious, and retail sectors, while honing her skills in graphic design, branding, and logo design.

Trinity Martin brings a blend of dedication and fresh perspective to Trivers’ Interior Design team. Recently graduated from Maryville University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design, Trinity smoothly transitioned from intern to team member. During her internship, she showcased strong design skills and attention to detail, contributing to various projects from start to finish. Trinity is currently studying for NCIDQ and LEED Green Associate exams, and she is an active member of IIDA and the St. Louis design community. She looks forward to designing a better St. Louis through creative and sustainable means.

Amy Wang joins Trivers following completion of her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Her professional journey includes internships and a fellowship, where she contributed to projects for the Los Angeles International Airport, passive home design, and a speculative design for mixed-use, affordable housing. Amy’s commitment to community engagement is evident through her past roles as a Peer Mentor in the Michigan Community Scholars Program and Alpha Rho Chi Philanthropy Chair. Her role as an Architectural Designer is complimented by her interdisciplinary interests in campus planning and industrial design.

Jessica Price joins Trivers as the Washington University CityStudioSTL Fellow for the summer, concentrating on civic and community-centered projects. A recent graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Jessica holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a minor in Urban Design. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, she is passionate about the transformative impact of architecture and urban design on people’s lives, especially in promoting social justice and sustainability. Her commitment to meaningful, community-focused design will be invaluable to the projects she will engage in throughout the 12-week fellowship.

Keyshawn Lewis returns to Trivers for his second consecutive summer as an Architectural Intern. He will be pursuing his Masters in Architectural Studies at Washington University in St. Louis after recently graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies. Keyshawn’s enthusiasm lies in community-based design, firmly believing in architecture’s ability to elevate communities and drive positive societal transformation. He is actively engaged with the team on project documentation and construction administration for civic and community-focused initiatives.