MEET THE FACULTY & STUDENT MENTORS
Assistant Professor of Architecture, CBU
CBU NOMAS Faculty Advisor
Aaron S.W. Greene
Aaron currently serves in the capacity of an Assistant Professor of Architecture in the College of Architecture Visual Arts and Design at California Baptist University (CBU), the Faculty Adviser for CBU's NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students) organization, and as a board Member of the Katie Hall Educational Foundation. His experience in design ranges from healthcare and residential to hospitality, institutional, and retail. He deeply believes in utilizing the power of design to improve the quality of life of others and the love of CHRIST to transform the hearts, minds, and souls of humanity.
CBU NOMAS President, Senior
Louis is a current 4th year at Cal Baptist University. He plans on staying for his masters degree in architecture next year. His interests in architecture range from creating transcended spaces to searching for innovative techniques for sustainability designs. In his free time he enjoys working out and listening to new music. He enjoys teaching others about architecture because he believes that everyone has a unique sense of creativity awaiting to be unveiled.
Architects of Tomorrow Coordinator, Graduate
Amalia is a student in the CBU Architecture Program. She has interest in the relationship between communities and architecture. She loves to explore the design of public spaces, wellness and hospitality design and creating better environments through architecture. In her free time Amalia enjoys traveling, photography, hand drawing, painting, and learning a new song on the guitar. She is passionate about mentoring students interested in Architecture and most of all supporting first-generation college students.
Architects of Tomorrow Co-Chair, Graduate
Pablo is a grad student pursuing his master's degree at California Baptist University. His interest in architecture began when working for his father's small contracting company in the LA area. Working on multiple sites a week he saw the good architecture can do to the community and to single family homes, where the designs can engage and create amazing moments to experience. In his free time, he tries to travel as much as he can, plays soccer with friends, and works on small home DIY projects.
Lorein is a senior arch student. She loves spending time outdoors to recharge and make vegan food. Her goals after graduation are to pursue entertainment architecture and travel the world. Her mission with AOT is to make the process of designing architecture simple and tangible to younger generations, so they get an idea of what the career is like.
By pursuing a degree in architecture, Camryne Hartke, is in turn setting herself up for a career spreading across a multitude of design disciplines. Cam sees her career being rooted in architecture but intertwining with other professions such as interior design or possibly event planning/design. She completely geeks out over old cameras and has a rapidly growing collection. Cam loves shooting on film and it has given her a new way of appreciating architecture and design throughout nature.
Rosario Rojas is a first-generation student pursuing her master’s degree at California Baptist University. Rosie’s interest in architecture first began seeing the Painted Ladies, she was fascinated with the intricate details of the victorian style. She believes design has the ability to enhance people’s lives. Her interests are also in art, floral design, event design, cake decorating, and photography.