Nadine Saint-Louis is a licensed architect registered in the states of New York and Florida. Her passion for architecture ignited at a young age during her first visit to Manhattan, where she was captivated by the city’s skyline. Since then, Nadine has dedicated herself to the field of architecture.
Nadine holds a Master of Architecture Degree from Florida International University and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from New York Institute of Technology. She has amassed over fourteen years of experience designing residential homes on Long Island, working with the acclaimed office of Paul Russo Architect, PC. Currently, she is exploring commercial architecture with MCHarry Associates, renowned for their expertise in the field. Alongside her firm work, Nadine serves as an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University, teaching architectural courses in Design1, Design2, and Comprehensive Design.
Passion, a drive to make a difference, and unwavering determination guide Nadine’s design decisions. She is committed to achieving success and goes above and beyond to accomplish her goals. Nadine is an active member of professional organizations, including the American Institute of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. She also holds the position of Immediate Past President at the National Organization of Minority Architects of South Florida and co-chairs the AIA Miami Diversity and Inclusion Committee.