Lolalisa DeCarlo King is one of the first one hundred African-American women in the entire United States licensed to practice architecture. She serves as President of a green consulting and sustainability corporation providing full-service holistic deliverables with projects in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. She recently received reciprocity in Colorado andMassachusetts with a newly formed Denver address. She has served on various boards including the AIA, YWCA, Assisted Living, Christian Message through Art and more. She served as Board Chair of the Orlando Technical Community College downtown campus. Her dynamic negotiation skills have proven successful throughout the different environments and venues. At the one-time largest architectural-engineering firm in the southeast United States, approximately 1600 employees, she made her mark by establishing a benchmark for dealing with clients and contractors. She used her technical expertise and business savvy to negotiate the best deals and conduct the most productive meetings. She had a gift for calming the most irate contractor or the most difficult client. Some of the buildings for which she was a major contributor include Emerald Point Water Park, Sears Customer Service Center, Airport Business Park, the Greensboro Municipal Building Conference Room, the third floor addition to FourSeasons Town Center, the Molecular Biology and Glaxo Research Laboratories at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,plus numerous aviation, office, educational, commercial, industrial, medical and manufacturing facilities throughout the state of North Carolina.
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