Gabrielle Bullock, FAIA, NOMA
NOMA member Gabrielle Bullock was recently inducted into Fellowship with the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  She has contributed to Perkins+Will’s success for more than 20 years, including time spent in both our New York and California practices. She served as the Managing Director of the Los Angeles office for eight years, and managed one of the largest building projects in the University of California system to date, the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

Gabrielle’s expertise is focused on the planning and management of large-scale facilities in health, science, and academia, from the conceptual and planning phases through construction. Her expertise also extends to the design of facilities that include laboratory and classroom spaces. She has specialized in delivering complex, program-intensive projects, and is known for her excellent leadership skills both with clients and project teams.

Gabrielle has recently been named the firm’s Director of Global Diversity. As a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), Bullock has been a long-standing advocate for advancing diversity initiatives within architecture. A regular guest speaker and awards juror for local design events and organizations, Gabrielle is also serving as a board member of the newly formed Center for Architecture and Urban Design which will address and promote important architecture, planning and design issues through public programs, symposia, exhibitions and other events and activities in Los Angeles.

Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Rhode Island School of Design

California Architect: License #C-30192
New York Architect: License #023287
LEED Accredited Professional, 2004

Fellow, American Institute of Architects
National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)
Center for Architecture and Urban Design Los Angeles (CALA) Board Member
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Board Member

View her complete work experience here.