Damon is the regional leader of Science + Technology for HOK’s Washington, D.C., studio, and a firm-wide thought leader for the design of higher education facilities. He has programmed, planned and designed more than one million square feet of space for higher education, corporate life science and institutional clients. He has a particular strength in developing innovative methods to program facilities where diverse scientific users learn, research and collaborate.
In addition to his project work, Damon places an emphasis on developing people through education, mentoring, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. He is co-chair of HOK’s Diversity Advisory Council, founder of the mentoring program in HOK’s D.C. studio, member of the national board of directors for the ACE Mentoring Program and past professor in the School of Architecture at Howard University.
Bachelor of Architecture