Katelyn Frame, Assoc. AIA

Emerging Professional

Katelyn is a highly motivated individual who began her professional career in 2018. She graduated with a Master’s in Architecture from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2020. In her education, she obtained an award-winning thesis project proposing a multistory algae-powered building with updated strategies of sustainable discoveries and technology. Along with gaining licensure, she possesses future aspirations of acquiring LEED Green Associate accreditations. Katelyn is passionate about learning the adaptive nature of design excellence and placing sustainability as her top priority. She joined the H/S team in 2022, contributing project research, organization, project administration aid, and diverse knowledge of the design process. She is also an active member of the HS Sustainability Committee, conducting research and energy analysis for the AIA 2030 Challenge.

In addition, Katelyn previously taught as an Adjunct Instructor for graduate-level students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, challenging students to think critically about building strategies involving ecological architecture. She also worked as an independent Revit Instructor for a ULL professor, teaching tips and tricks to complete advanced topics like energy and solar analysis and massing and structural modeling. Outside the office, Katelyn enjoys working on her bucket list of activities and adventures and staying involved in the Lafayette community events.