Ali is a Planner and Architect in Training at Concordia. Her role on the Concordia team includes community engagement, schematic and design development, construction documentation and graphic presentation. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Texas at Austin and Master of Architecture from Tulane University.

Ali grew up in an historic district of Downtown San Antonio, Texas, which informed many of her early imaginings on architecture and space. Splitting her time between a city rich in history and the golf-course community where she visited her father in her teen years sparked her observations in the underlying and overt qualities of these contrasting places, leading to her interest in urban identity and biophilia.

Outside of Concordia Alison spends her time exploring the Gulf Coast’s diverse landscape, and she is always looking to expand her culinary skills.


National Organization of Minority Architects