Lawrence Technological University in Southfield announced that Beverly Hannah Jones, a Michigan architect, entrepreneur, and community leader, has been named to the board of trustees.
Hannah Jones began her education as an engineering student at Michigan State University but soon discovered a passion for architecture and design, and transferred to Lawrence Tech. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from LTU in 1985, a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1986, and a Master of Architecture in 2000.
Her notable projects in Detroit include the Curtis L. Ivery Health and Wellness Educational Center at Wayne County Community College District, the newsroom and office renovation at WDIV-TV, the Shed at Valade Park for the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, the Skillman Foundation headquarters renovation, the United Way for Southeastern Michigan headquarters renovation, the Lear Innovation Center, the Wright-Kay Building renovation, and multiple projects with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
“Ms. Hannah Jones has built a successful practice based on design excellence and sound business practices,” says Tarek Sobh, president of LTU. “Her unique skill sets and breadth of experience will prove invaluable to the Lawrence Technological University Board of Trustees as LTU continues its transformation into the nimble, diverse university of tomorrow.”