Tamarah Begay is the Founder of IDS+A, a Navajo Woman Owned architectural firm. Ms. Begay is a member of the Navajo Nation and has over 10 years of experience working with Native American Tribes on public safety, judicial, education, housing projects, and her recent work for the Navajo Nation has focused on Feasibility Studies and Master Planning. She is a high-level LEED Accredited Professional experienced in incorporating current sustainable practices into her innovative planning and design work. As a founding member of the American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers, Tamarah has long been committed to mentoring junior Native American office staff and students. Ms. Begay is an exceptionally talented visionary, uniquely driven to instill Native American cultural identity in all work that IDS+A designs.
Navajo Architect Tamarah Begay
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Self-Proclaimed Indiginerd Lee Francis IV, Navajo Architect Tamarah Begay, UNM Archeologist Hannah Mattson